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THE 

Entre Nous 

1931 




YEAR BOOK 
OF 

HOWARD 
COLLEGE 

Located at 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 




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Events take place today\ to- 
morrow they are gone ana 
the day" after tomorrow they" 
are things of the past. In 
this Entre Nous of nineteen 
thirty -one xde hope to pre- 
serve for future years hits of 
our life \\>hich have gone 
into the process of being ed- 
ucated, so to speak, and 
which may brighten our 
lives when college is 
a memory. 





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TO 

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WINCHESTER RUCKER 



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We dedicate this 
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Administration and 
Faculty 



Percy P. Burns, A.M., Litt.D. 

DEAN OF COLLEGE, PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH 



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Eloise Compton Abercrombie, A.M. 
Instructor in History 



Marie Bost 
Librarian 



Hul-Cee M. Acton, Ph.D. 
Professor of Romance Languages 



Annie B. Boyett, A.M. 
Instructor in English Literature 



Richard L. Alexander, A.M. 
Instructor in History 



James Luther Brakefield, A.M., Ph.D. 
Head of Department of Biology and Pharmacy 



Paul D. Bales, A.M. 
Instructor in Physics 



Emily Cate, A.M. 
Instructor in Physical Education 



William H. Bancroft, A.B. 
Instructor in Athletics 



Oscar S. Causey, A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Biology 



Ora D. Bohannon, A.B. 
Instructor in Modern Languages 



Mrs. Ethel Counts 
Instructor in Voice 



William E. Bohannon, A.M. 
Professor of Education 



James H. Chapman, A.M., Th.M. 
Professor of Religious Education 



Avis Marshall Dawson, A.M. 
Librarian 



Vernon Mancun, A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Secondary Education 



L. O. Dawson, A.B., D.D. 
Professor of Bible and Church History 



L. P. McLane, A.B. 

Head Football Coach 



Paul de Launay, A.B., Lie. Mus., Doc. Mus. 
Professor of French and Director of Music 



Henry M. Martin, A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Romance Languages 



James Edgar Dillard, A.M., D.D., LL.D. 
Lecturer in Religious Education 



August H. Mason, A.B., Docteur d'Universite 
Professor of English 



Ernest L. Epley, A.B. 
Instructor in Romance Languages 



Addilee Mattison, A.B. 
Secretary to Dean of Education 



James K. Greer, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Head of History Department 



J. F. Rothermel, A.B., A.M. 
Instructor in Journalism 



French Haynes, A.M., Ph.D. 

Dean of Women, Associate Professor of 

English 



William N. Thomas, A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Ancient Languages 



Annabel Hendon 
Secretary to the President 



Thera Mae Towery, M.S. 
Instructor in Biology 



James H. Hendricks, A.B., Th.B., D.D. 

Professor of Economics 



James A. Ward, A.B., M.D. 

Associate Professor of Biology 



George W. Hess, A.M., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 



James Watters, B.S. 
Instructor in Chemistry 



Lottie Johnson 
Assistant Treasurer 



J. H. Wing, M.S. 
Instructor in Chemistry 



Louis W. Lohr, A.B., M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Economics 



John Xan, Ph.D 
Professor of Chemistry 



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Turnipseed, Abercrombie, Leveille, Bullard 



John Alfred Turnipseed President 

Warren Fulton Abercrombie Vice-President 

Hazel Marguerite Leveille Secretary 

Russell Bullard Treasurer 




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Top row: Awtrey, Givens, Johnston, MrMurry. Morgan 
Second: Mosley, Padgett, Sisson, Turnipseed, Urquhart. 



John Alfred Turnipseed President of Student Body 

Senior Representatives 
Hazel Awtrey Jeanette Morgan 

William McMurrv John Urquhart 

Junior Representatives 
Frances Mosley Sylvia Sisson Wallace Ward 

Sophomore Representatives 
Robert Givens Julia Johnston 



Freshman Representative 
Margaret Padgett 




Top row: Robinette, Palmer, Elliott, Waters 
Second: Awtrey. Lowry 

Third: Parks, Williams, Fitzpatrkk, Anslcy 
Fourth: Blackmon, Fuller, Prewitt, Long 
Fifth: King, Munsell, Brown. Ansley. 



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Senior 

Beckham D. Palmer President 

Frances Elliott . Vice-President 

Effie Robinette Secretary 

Horace McDaxal Treasurer 

Mavme Lowry ... Prophet 

Hazel Awtrey ... Historian 

Mary Katherine Waters Poet 

Junior 

Ray Parks President 

Tera Dell Williams . Vice-President 

Margaret Fitzpatrick ... Secretary 

Edith Ansley Treasurer 

Sophomore 

Wilbur Blackmon President 

John Fuller Vice-President 

Elsie Prewitt Secretary 

Mary Frances Long ... Treasurer 

Freshman 

Robert King President 

Catherine Munsell Vice-President 

Elizabeth Brown Secretary 

Robert Ansley Treasurer 




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Senior Qlass ^oem 

Te have come to the end of the race, 
zAnd more serious realms of life must face. 
This race with its lure for knowledge and truth 
Tried your metal, strengthened your youth. 

Living half in realms of fancy, 
These four years' necromancy 
Held you to your sacred duty, 
Taught you in its own grave duty. 

Hoard your memories in all their splendor, 
Qherish friendships rare and tender, 
For they are the music of future themes 
That warm and brighten later dreams. 

f^ow teach in your turn those who call 
Some fraternal tale, and hold in thrall 
Hearts that beat, and lives guiding others 
That makes of HOWARD men — brothers. 

Mary Katherine Waters. 
Senior Qlass c Poet. 






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Warren Fulton Abercrombie, A.B. 

A AT, A E A, K * K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Honor Roll (i, 2); Marshal (2); Band (1, 2, 3); 

Scientific Society; Laboratory Assistant (2, 3); 

Honor Award (j) ; Secretary-Treasurer Kappa Phi 

Kappa (3); Vice-President Student Body (3). 



Lucian Robert Algee, B.S. 
n k A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Glee Club (1, 2); Junior Stunt; Who's Who Best 
All-Round Boy (4). 



Hazel Virginia Awtrey, B.S. 

* M, 2 2 K 
STEELE, ALA. 

Women's Debating Club (1, 2); Reporter (1); 
Vice-President Freshman Commission (1); Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (1, 2, 3) ; Treasurer (2); Sophomore 
Representative Dormitory Council; President (3); 
Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Biology Laboratory 
Assistant (3); Student Library Assistant (3); 
Swimming Club (1, 2) ; Honor Roll (2) ; "Crimson" 
Staff (2) ; Historian Senior Class. 



Virginia Bishop, A.B. 
a a n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Commission (1); Freshman Class Re- 
porter (1) ; Annual Staff (2) ; Student Council (2) ; 
Swimming Club Reporter (2) ; Allied Arts Club 
(2, 3, 4) ; Vice-President (4) ; Pan-Hellenic (2, 3, 
4) ; Vice-President (4) ; Woodlawn-Howard Club 
(1, 2); "Crimson" Staff (4); Parade Committee 
(3, 4); Glee Club (1, 4); Dramatic Club (3); 
W. A. A. Senior Representative (4) ; Best All- 
Round Girl (4). 



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Senior Class 



Helen Florinda Bosworth, A.B. 
s I x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Wilma Gertrude Buck, A.B. 

A Z 

UNIONTOWN, ALA. 

Judson College (i, 2); Italian Club; Altrurian 
Club (1, 2); Allied Arts Club (3, 4). 



Russell Bullard, A.B, 

e k n 

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4); 

Pan-Hellenic Council (4) ; Treasurer of Student 

Body (4). 



Oma Louise Case, A.B. 
b * a, s 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4). 







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Senior Class 



Harry Bertram Cohen, A.B. 
2 T, n k e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Forensic Club, Vice-President (i); President (2); 
Varsity Debating Team (1, 2, 3); Auburn-Howard 
(1); Birmingham-Southern-Howard (1); Honor 
Roll (1, 2, 3); Mathematics Medal (1); Inter- 
collegiate Debate Council (1, 2) ; "Crimson" Staff 
(1); Assistant Editor (2); Editor-in-Chief (3); 
Allied Arts Club; "Entre Nous" Staff (2, 3) ; Editor 
Junior Edition "Crimson"; Youth Forum (3); Sec- 
retary-Treasurer Sigma Upsilon (3); Editorial 
Hoard "Quill" (3) ; President Pi Kappa Theta (3). 



Dewey Leon Cox, A.B. 
x 2 r, 11 k e 

BOAZ, ALA. 

Track (1, 2) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Football (1) 
H Club (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3) 
President (4); B. S. I". Council (3, 4); Pan 
Hellenic Council (3, 4); "Crimson" Staff (4) 
"Entre Nous" Staff (4). 



Elizabeth Marie de Launay, A.B. 

A Z, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Commission Secretary (1); Y. W. C. A. 

Cabinet (3); Dramatic Club (2); "Charm School" 

(2). 



Jules de Launay, A.B. 
K * K, 2 x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) ; Band (2, 3) ; Marshal (1, 2) ; 

President Kappa Phi Kappa (3); Vice-President 

Sigma Upsilon (3); Physics Assistant (2, 3); 

Assistant Editor of "Quill" (3). 



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Horace Dew, A.B. 
e k N 

ANNISTON, ALA. 

Football (i, 2, 3l 4) ; H Club (4). 



Dot Dodson Bankson, A.B. 

HOLLY POND, ALA. 

Florence Normal (1, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. Delegate (3) ; 
Basketball. 



Albert Sidney Dix, B S. 

e K N, K * K, A E A 

MOBILE, ALA. 

Honor Roll (1) ; Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Epsilon 
Delta (4) ; Vice-President Kappa Phi Kappa (4) ; 
Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 4) ; Secretary-Treasurer 
(4) ; Ministerial Association (1, 2, 4) ; Pianist (1) ; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2, 4); Secretary (1, 2); 
Student Mission Band (1, 2) ; Pianist (1) ; Scientific 
Society (1, 2) ; B. S. U. Council (1, 2, 4) ; Treasurer 
(1); Vice-President (2); President (4); State 
Student Volunteer Union Council (1, 2, 4). 



Frances Marie Elliott, A.B. 
B <I> A, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Treasurer Sigma Sigma Kappa (4) ; Honor Roll 
(1); Vice-President Junior Class (3); Vice-Presi- 
dent Senior Class; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); 
Bulletin Board Chairman Woman's Student Organ- 
ization (2). 





Semlor Class 








Ruth Ellis, A.B. 
a a e, b n e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Glee Club (i) ; Y. W. C. A. Reporter (4) ; Allied 
Arts Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; President (4); 
"Crimson" Staff (4) ; Reporter Pi Kappa Theta (4 



Frances Ferrell, A.B. 
A z 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Randolph-Macon (1); "Entre Nous" Staff (2) 

Vice-President Woman's Student Organization (3) 

Parade Queen (4). 



Roy Flanagan, A.B. 
e K N 

ANNISTON, ALA. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); 
H Club (4). 



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Wheeler Everett Garrett, B.S. 

e k n 

ALBERTVILLE, ALA. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4) ; H Club President (4). 



Senior Class 



Lawrence Gilmer, A.B. 
x 2 r 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Katherine Gerald, A.B. 
six, x A <i> 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (3, 4); Secretary-Treasurer Chi 
Delta Phi (4) ; Editorial Board of "Quill" (4). 



Alma Gladys Graves, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Lena F. Green, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

•Crimson" Staff (3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Carls' Glee Club (4). 




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Gordon Hankins, B.S. 
x 2 r, A E A 

BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 

V. M. C. A. Cabinet (4). 



Haywood Hargrove, B.S. 
e k n 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4 ); Captain (i, 4); Basketball 

(i, 3); Track (2, 3); President Pan-Hellenic 

Council (3); Pan-Hellenic (4); Chairman Election 

Committee (3) ; H Club (4). 



Clements L. Harper, B.S. 
3 * E 

BLACKSHEAR, C A. 

University of Florida (1, 2, 3). 



Gerald T. Harper, B S. 
2 * E 

BLACKSHEAR, CA. 

L'niversity of Florida (1, 2, 3). 



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Frances Gertrude Harris, A.B. 
* M, x a *, n k e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Phillips-Howard 
Club (1, 2) ; Girls' Tennis Club (1, 2) ; Swimming 
Club (2); "Crimson" Staff; Reporter (1); Feature 
Editor (2); Assistant Editor (3); News Reporter 
(4); Building Fund Committee (3); Parade Com- 
mittee (3, 4) ; Vice-President Chi Delta Phi (4) ; 
Vice-President Student Forum (4) ; Secretary Pi 
Kappa Theta (4) ; Honor Award (4) ; "Entre 
Nous" Staff (1) ; Features (2) ; Feature Editor (3) ; 
Editor-in-Chief (4). 



Martha Harris, A.B. 
B * A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Girls' Basketball (1); Pan-Hellenic Council (1, 2, 

3); Phillips-Howard Club (1); Co-ed H Club 

Secretary (2). 



Sarah High, A.B. 
a A n 

ASHVILLE, ALA. 
Swimming Club (2) ; Women's Student Council (4). 



Jule Howell, B.S. 

A A T, A E A 

MIDLAND CITY, ALA. 

Biology Laboratory Assistant (4). 







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AIardis Willingham Howle, A.B. 

2 * E, 2 T 
FALKVILLE, ALA. 

President Sophomore Class (2) ; Mathematics Club 
(2) ; "Crimson" Staff (2) ; Allied Arts Club; Glee 
Club (3); Who's Who Most Sophisticated (4); 
"Entre Nous" Organization Editor (2) ; Business 
Manager (4); Parade Committee (4). 



Mary Elizabeth Hiff, A.B. 
2 2 K 

BIkMINGHAM, ALA. 

Glee Club (1, 4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); 
V. W. C. A. Secretary (3) ; Blue Ridge Delegate 
(3); Director Freshman Commission (4); Lab- 
oratory Assistant (4) ; President Sigma Sigma 
Kappa (4). 



Ruby Katherine Huffman, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4). 



Ruth La Sarah Jewell, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Glee Club. 



Marion Gay Keith, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



William Odes "Atwater" Kent, A.B. 
x 2 r 

SHADY GROVE, ALA. 

Track (i, 2); Football (1); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Captain (4). 



Harold B. Kuhnle, A.B. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Bible Institute of Los Angeles; Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary. 



Wade C. Lamberth, B.S. 

2 N 

ALEXANDER CITY, ALA. 

Parade Committee (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (4) ; 
Who's Who Most Popular Boy (4). 
















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Hazel Marguerite Leveille, A B. 
six, n k e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Who's Who Best Looking Junior (3); Secretary 
Junior Class (3) ; Beauty Section (3) ; Senior Ring 
Committee (4) ; Student Body Secretary (4) ; Glee 
Club (1); Allied Arts Club"; "Crimson" Staff (1, 
4) ; Annual Staff (4) ; Parade Committee (2, 4) ; 
Building Fund Committee (3). 



Francis Levvy, B.S. 
n k a 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Football; Glee Club (2, 3); Varsity 
Football (3, 4) ; H Club (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council 

(4). 



Mayme Fay Lowry, A.B. 
six, 2 2 K 

ONEONTA, ALA. 

Judson College (1) ; Dramatic Club (1) ; Freshman 

Cabinet (1); Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); Hypatia (4); 

Senior Representative Dormitory Council (4) ; 

Prophet Senior Class. 



Florence Ellen Manley, B.S. 
* M 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Commission (1); Swimming Club (2) 



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Nellie Rosalyn Mann, A.B. 
b * A, b n e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (2, 3, 4) ; Secretary Beta Pi 

Theta (4); Dramatic Club Secretary (3); Honor 

Roll (3) ; V. W. C. A. Cabinet (4). 



Sam T. Mayo, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Jeanette Morgan, B.S. 

A Z 
SLOCOMB, ALA. 

Women's Student Government ( 1 ) ; Pan-Hellenic 

Council (2, 3, 4) ; Student Council (4) ; Y. W. 

C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Homer McDonald, B.S. 

JACKSONVILLE, ALA. 





Senior Class 



Mary Elizabeth McIntosh, A.B. 
a a n, b n e, 2 2 k 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Woman's College (i, 2) ; Treasurer Beta Pi Theta 

(4) ; Secretary Sigma Sigma Kappa (4) ; Hypatia 

(3); Vice-President (4); Glee Club (4); Allied 

Arts Club (3, 4). 



Walter C. McIntosh, B.S. 

A A T, K * K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



William Henry McMurry, B.S. 
2 <i> E, a E A 

FAIRFIELD, ALA. 

Scientific Society; Assistant Business Manager of 

"Crimson" (3) ; President Alpha Epsilon Delta (3) ; 

Grand Treasurer (4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4) ; 

Student Council (4). 



Margaret McCorquodale Newell, A.B. 
2 1 x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Judson College (2) ; Altrurian Club (2) ; Dramatic 
Club (3) ; Y. W. C. A.; Allied Arts Club (4). 



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Beatrice Newman, A.B. 
b * a, b n e, n k e 

AKRON, OHIO 

Y. W. C. A. Manager Freshman Commission (i); 
Cabinet (2); Vice-President (3); President (4); 
Blue Ridge Delegate (2, 3); Carnival Chairman 
(1, 3) ; B. S. U. Vice-President (1) ; Student Secre- 
tary Activities (3, 4); "Crimson" (2); Society 
Editor (3) ; News Reporter (4) ; Business Manager 
State Y. W. Conference (4) ; Executive Committee 
(4) ; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) ; Hvpatia (3) ; President 
(4); Activity Medal (1); Parade Committee (2, 
3, 4); Who's Who Busiest Student; Most Likely 
To Succeed (4). 



Chester Hart Norris, B.S. 

K * K, A E A 

MT. PLEASANT, ALA. 

Vice-President Alpha Epsilon Delta (4). 



H. Martin Nunnelley, A.B. 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Band. 



Norman Earl O'Neal, A.B. 

RED LEVEL, ALA. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1); Ministerial Association 
(2, 3, 4) ; Student Mission Band (2, 3) ; Secretary 
(3); B. Y. P. U. (1, 2, 3, 4); President (2); 
Associate Director (3); East Lake District Presi- 
dent (4) ; Sunday School Class (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Vice- 
President (3). 




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Senior Class 



Mary Ruth Owen, A.B. 

2 T X 
FT. PAYNE, ALA. 

Alabama College (i, 2, 3); Phi Delta Sigma Club 
President; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. 



Rokert Charles Padgett, B.S. 
11 K <i>, n r M 

SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENN. 

rreasurer Student Body (3); Pan-Hellenic Council 
(3) ; Honor Award (3) ; Vice-President Pi Gamma 
Mu (4.) ; Hoonr Award (4) ; Business Manager 

"Crimson" (4). 



Beckham D. Palmer, B.S. 

A A T, A E A, K -I' K 
EUTAW, ALA. 

Biology Laboratory Assistant; President Senior 
Class. 



Early Clarence Perdue, A.B. 

1IONORAV1LLE, ALA. 

Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary (3) 



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Effie Mae Robinette, A.B. 
2 I x 

ONEONTA, ALA. 

B. S. U. Ccuncil (3, 4) ; V. W. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 

Secretary (3) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Secretary 

Senior Class. 



Walter Lee Robertson, A.B. 
e k n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Dorothy Simpson, B.S. 
<!> M, 22 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Swimming Club (2) ; Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Elizabeth Carolyn Smith, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3) ; Freshman Commission (1) ; 
Cabinet (2, 3); Chorister (3); Debating Club 
(1, 2); Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); Junior Stunt 
Committee (3); Associate Director and Business 
Manager Girls' Glee Club (4). 






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Seeior Class 



O. B. Sparks, A.B. 

s N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Lemuel H. Strength, B.S. 
x ^ r, n k e 

TALLASSEE, AI.A. 

"Crimson" Staff (3, 4); "Entre Nous" Staff (4); 

V. M. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; Junior Stunt Committee 

(3); Building Fund Committee (3); Co-Chairman 

Parade Committee (4). 



Clara Belle Thomas, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Y. W. C. A. 



John Alfred Turnip-seed, B.S. 
n k a, n r m 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Vice-President Freshman Class; President Sophomore 
Class; Who's Who Most Sophisticated Sophomore 
(2) ; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Chief Marshal (3) ; 
Best All-Round Boy (3); "Entre Nous" Staff (3); 
Assistant Business Manager "Crimson" (2) ; Pan- 
Hellenic Council (4) ; "Crimson" Staff (4) ; Presi- 
dent Student Body (4). 



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senior 



John K. Turberville, B.S. 

2 N 
CENTURY, FLA. 



John William Urquhart, B.S. 

2 * E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

President Junior Class; Student Council (4) ; Band 

(2, 3) ; Glee Club Orchestra (2, 3) ; Boilermakers; 

Pan-Hellenic (4). 



Frances Rockwell Vail, A.B. 
b * a, x a <i>, b n e 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (3, 4); "Crimson" Staff (3, 4); 

Glee Club (4) ; "Quill" Staff (4) ; President Chi 

Delta Phi (4). 



Luther Vines, B.S. 
x 2 r, n r m 

CLANTON, ALA. 

V. M. C. A. Cabinet (1); B. S. V. (1); Honor 
Roll (3). 




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Senior Class 



Rlth Gravlee Waggoner, AM. 

2 i x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Secretary Freshman Commission (i); Secretary 
Sophomore Class (2) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3) ; 
Student Council (3) ; Maid Millsaps-Howard Game 
(3); Beauty Section (1, 2); Carnival Committee 

(2). 



Mack A. Ward, A.R. 

K <I> K 

ATMORE, ALA. 

"Birmingham News" Scholarship; Freshman Foot- 
ball; V. M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2); Ministerial 
Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Secretary (4); Men's 
Forensic Council; Vice-President (4); Youth 
Forum (4). 



William Donald Warrick, H.S. 

n K A, A E A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Tennis Team; Varsity Tennis Team (2, 

3, 4); Tennis Club (1, 2, 3, 4); President (3); 

Scientific Society (3). 



Mary Katherine Waters, A.B. 

A Z, X A <!>, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Y. \V. C. A. Cabinet (1); President Chi Delta 

Phi (3) ; "Quill" Staff (3) ; "Crimson" Staff (3, 4) ; 

"Entre Nous" Staff (4) ; Senior Class Poet. 



Senior Class 



Agnes E. Whitehouse, B.S. 

A A 6, 2 2 K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Scientific Society (2); Pharmaceutical Society (2). 



Esther Louise Whiteside, A.B. 
<i> M 

OXFORD, ALA. 

Judson College (1); Altrurian Club; Cincinnati 

Conservatory of Music (2); Delta Omicron ; Allied 

Arts Club (3, 4) ; Dormitory Council (3, 4). 



Ellen Jeanette Williams, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Howard Bailey Williams, A B. 
A E A 

WEST GREENE, ALA. 

Honor Roll (2). 




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Mrs. Charles C. Woods, A.B. 

HALEYVILLE, ALA. 

Florence State Teachers College (i, 2, 3); Glee 
Club (2); Honor Roll (3); Youth Forum (4). 




Charles C. Woods, H.S. 

HALEYVILLE, ALA. 

Florence State Teachers College (1, 2, 3); Secre- 
tary Poetry Appreciation Club (2) ; President Inter- 
national Relations Club (2); Glee Club (2); Foot- 
ball (2); President Senior Class (2); Junior High 
Feathers' Club (2) ; Honor Roll (3) ; Youth Forum 
( + ). 





Haywood Woolley, B.S. 

A A T 

MONIEVALLO, ALA. 



Gladys May Wright, A B. 
A a e 

CUIN, ALA. 

Tudson College (1); Freshman Basketball Team; 
Tennis Club (1); Altrurian Club (1); Allied 
Arts Club (1, 2, 3); Swimming Club (2); Junior 
Representative Women's Student Council (3) ; Girls' 
Glee Club (4); "Crimson" Staff (4). 



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Whose Pictures Do Not Appear in 
The Annual 



Sara Bates 
C. H. Blanton 
J. H. Brown 
Raymond Davis 
Eugene Emfinger 
Grady Gilbert 
Horace McDanal 
J. W. McLendon 
Curtis Summers 



A. J. Prewitt 
J. H. Sloan 
Selwyn T. Smith 
Omer L. Reed 
Lora Thaxton 
Oscar Veazy 
Clyde Wilder 
Pauline York 
Betty Clark. 



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S^SMISS 



Semi 




E IT far from us to burden future classes by enumerating the collective and 
individual achievements of the class of nineteen thirty-one. However, we 
feel that humanity and mankind will be benefited by some sort of record of 
our activities, hence this brief history. 

Let us pause long enough to scan the monumental pages of our Freshman 
days whose initial date was September seventh, nineteen twenty-eight. On that 
memorable day many youthful pilgrims, seeking the fountain of knowledge to satisfy 
their desire for understanding and propagation of a higher and a more idealistic plane 
of civilization, anchored their vessels and felt marooned on the shore of an unacquainted 
land, which after immediate exploration they found to be Howard College. The 
unseasoned but ambitious lads cast their lot with this great institutional brotherhood 
and their conception of college life as a second paradise was soon substantiated by a 
royal reception given by faculty and upper classmen alike. 

Fraternity and sorority rush opened new avenues of adventure for many of us and 
it was not long before we were thoroughly familiar with Greek letters which only a 
short while before had been Hebrew to us. Proudly we wore our pledge buttons 
and when Christmas rolled around we went home feeling like experienced college 
men and women. 

Mid-term exams followed close on the heels of the Christmas holidays, too close 
in fact as some of the weaker brothers and sisters fell by the wayside. Those who did 
survive resolved to labor hard in order to keep the letter E, which does not mean ex- 
cellent, by the way, from appearing on any report cards sent home to the parental 
authorities. 

We came to know of brief trips to Duck Inn for hamburgers and "dopes" between 
classes and at other times when we might have been other places with better profit. 
We also learned of the comradeship in sorority spreads, days in a friend's room at the 
dormitory, Stunt Night, spring and its accompanying ailment which brings with it a 
desire to cut classes recklessly and sit out on the campus. Day followed day and 
commencement came bringing with it joys and sorrows — joy for those who won the 
coveted sheepskin and sorrow for those who flunked out. We mentally resolved to 
some day become the proud possessor of a diploma and to strut about fcr a brief time 
in a flapping gown and mortar board cap set at a jaunty angle. 

When our second year began, we felt that nothing was too good for us and we 
assumed a pose of nonchalance, although all of us did not light Murads. One year 
before had marked the beginning of our college life which by now had grown by leaps 
and bounds to the eminence of upperclass authority. We were fast taking on the ways 
of those who had been our superiors and we purposely misdirected freshmen seeking 
class rooms and had as much fun as we dared. It was an easy matter to drop into 
the vernacular of "frosh" or "rat" so and so. Freshmen ran our errands, carried our 



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books, and spoke with the humility which is joy to a sophomore's heart. Once again 
we scored over Birmingham-Southern in football, and although the events were tragic 
previous to the game, our Alma Mater showed once again that Howard was right. 

Someone has rightly said that the Junior year is like a slough of despondency, 
and this is easy to understand. A new student becomes a sophomore in due process 
of time and by his third year has wearied of showing his newly acquired authority. 
It has begun to pall on him and he looks about for new interests. Some of the class 
of '31 began earnest studying, others took life in a carefree manner and others just 
took it as it came. All, however, pulled with might and main for that Howard spirit 
which characterizes and colors everything about the school. We scored another vic- 
tory in football with our Hilltop rivals. Christmas came and went, as did exams and 
in the spring the Building Fund Campaign was begun to canvass funds for the new 
gymnasium. Students vied with one another in securing money and the campaign 
culminated in the May Day celebration. 

Our final year has resulted in a Greater Howard than ever before. We have seen 
great things done in the college in the way of improvements. We have grown in 
athletic prominence; a new gymnasium and activities building is now on the campus; 
the cafeteria has been made possible through the Howard Auxiliary; the library has 
been remodeled and new members have been added to the faculty. Our only sorrow 
is the loss of our President, Dr. John C. Dawson, who has accepted an offer from 
the University of Alabama. 

Our memory books may be scanned for achievements, but we will have to break 
down and confess that the departure of old '31 will put a dampener on many activities. 
But we wax humble in departure to take our places in a long procession of alumni 
of our school and we shall place four happy years of academic sojourn in the golden 
frame of memories and raise our faces to what destiny has in store for us. We shall 
never forget the associations and friendships that make every part of this campus a 
niche in memory's wall, surrounded with pleasure. 

Four years we have been storing up treasures, and as we turn from college life 
and enter the doors of the school of life let us take with us those principles and high 
ideals which have been instilled in us during the last four years. 

Let us live daily a life which exemplifies the best that is in us and hold up the 
spirit and honor of Howard. 

Hazel Awtrey, Historian. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
My Dear Effie: Se I 5t - 5, 1940. 

As the time draws near for school at Howard to open my thoughts go back to all 
of the members of the graduating class of 1 93 1 . Naturally I thought of you and 
wondered how you have been progressing in your research work on Indian relics of 
the State of Alabama. I am quite interested in this work and hope to learn some 
interesting facts that might help me in my work as a teacher. For the past summer 
I have travelled quite a bit with a group composed of Helen Bosworth, Louise Case, 
Martha Harris, Florence Manley, and Marion Keith, under the direction of Roy 
Flanagan and Hoke Dew. We visited Washington, D. C, first and here found much 
to delight us, but the biggest thrill of all came when we were allowed to visit the 
White House and interview the President, Robert Padgett. He treated us royally, as 
did his wife, Mary Katherine Waters. Little did we dream that this would one day 
come to pass. Miracles never cease to happen, you know. 

While there, we also had the pleasure of meeting two Senators from Alabama, 
Andrew Prewitt and Clyde Wilder. Mrs. Wilder, the former Mary Elizabeth 
Mcintosh, entertained for us. Sarah Bates and Virginia Bishop were also there visit- 
ing Mrs. Wilder. During the function Esther Whiteside, the famous American 
pianist, and Harold Kuhnle, violinist, gave a performance. We regretted leaving 
Washington but our regret was short-lived in the face of our pleasure on entering 
New York. We were very much pleased with Frances Harris' newest play, "The 
Mirror," which has been running on Broadway for quite a while. Mardis Howie is 
director and Hazel Leveille has the leading role opposite Lucian Algee. You will also 
be interested to know that Gerald Harper and Ruth Ellis have important roles in the 
play, while Wade Lamberth is good in his blackface comedian part. 

Imagine our astonishment at finding in the Follies some of our old classmates, 
Lena Green, Ruby Huffman, Elizabeth Smith, and Clara Thomas. We talked with 
them after the show. Later we visited Columbia University, hoping to gaze upon 
Howard graduates who might be there. Elizabeth and Jules de Launay, Catherine 
Gerald, Nellie Mann, and Selwyn Smith were pursuing their respective studies here, 
after several successful years of teaching. We simply could not pass up a chance to 
visit Niagara Falls. Hearing that at a certain time two men were to go off the Falls 
in barrels we hurried there to witness the event. To our utter amazement we dis- 
covered that these men were Albert Dix and Odes "Atwater" Kent. They informed 
us that they had been in work of this kind for over two years. We were interested to 
find out that Frances Elliott and Ellen Williams are engaged in work of a similar 
nature. 

We went to our hotel and found some honeymooners from Howard and of course 
you can guess who they were. Martin Nunnelley and the former Wilma Buck, Jule 



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Howell and his red-headed bride, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grimmer (Sally High) and Mr. 
and Mrs. Vic Goodwin (Margaret Newell). At Detroit we found at the Ford 
plant Charles Blanton, Eugene Emfmger, Lawrence Gilmer, Gordon H anions, Homer 
McDonald, Sam Mayo, Chester Norris, Early Perdue, Curtis Summers, Oscar 
Veazy, H. B. Williams, and Hankins Sloan. In Chicago, Harry Cohen is editor of 
the "Chicago Tribune," and on the editorial staff are Frances Vail, Mack Ward, 
Dorothy Simpson, Walter Lee Robertson, Haywood Woolley, Jesse Brown, May 
Clark, Ruth Jewell, and Gladys Graves. 

Chicago has quite a few Howardites, among them being Alfred Turnipseed, who 
is employed by all the gangsters. Beatrice Newman is his secretary and I was told by 
her that Bill Warrick is a second Al Capone and is associated with the following 
gangsters: Luther Vines, John Urquhart, Norman O'Neal, W. C. Mcintosh, and 
J. W. McLendon. We are sorry they have strayed from the straight and narrow way. 

The next place where we found anyone we knew was in Hollywood, California. 
Here we saw Gladys Wright, also Frances Ferrell, Bill McMurry, C. L. Harper, 
and Horace McDanal, who are all movie stars. I'm sure you have seen them in 
various movies. They are all very talented. 

We visited many other points of interest, arriving back in Birmingham two weeks 
ago. I do wish you could have been with me, Effie. Ruth Gravlee Waggoner called 
me yesterday and invited me over to see her. She and Paul are happier than ever. 
I suppose you have heard that Polly York is to be married next month to a leading 
doctor in Birmingham. And you must have received wedding invitations from Mary 
Ruth Owen, Jeanette Morgan, and Agnes Whitehouse. Quite a few of the old class 
are married or planning to be soon. I was looking over a Howard bulletin yesterday, 
and discovered that Beckham Palmer is president and Fulton Abercrombie is head of 
the Biology Department. Hazel Awtrey is an instructor and Raymond Davis is back 
again this year as head football coach with Russell Billiard and Haywood Hargrove 
as his assistants. Wheeler Garrett is now the dignified owner of Duck Inn. I noticed 
in the paper that Grady Gilbert, who has a farm, was advertising for a wife. I never 
dreamed he would do that. I also noticed that Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Woods have 
a chicken farm near Hayleyville. Elizabeth Huff is head nurse at St. Vincent's and 
Addie Bell Horton is also a nurse. Hudson Hicks and Dewey Cox are in the hospital 
and are just now recovering from the severe beating given them by a mob when they 
refused to let their whiskers grow last year before the Howard Southern game. 

Effie, doesn't all this make you want to go back for just one day to live over the 
old days again? 

Write soon for I am anxious to hear from you. With love, 

Mayme Lowry, Prophet. 



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Edith Ansley 

<i> M 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

President Freshman Commission (1); Honor Roll (1); 

Ulied Arts Club Sponsor (1); Glee Club (3); Women's 

Pan-Hellenic Council (3); "Entre Nous" Staff (3); 

Treasurer Junior Class. 



Mary Moore Bain 
a z, n k e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club; Treasurer (3); Women's Debating 
Council i 1, 2); Reporter i-); Varsity Debating Team 
(2); Dramatic Club (2); Vice-President; Swimming 
and Riding Club (1); ■■Crimson" Staff (2. 3); "Entre 
Nous" Staff (3); Y. \V. C A. Cabinet (3); Editor-in- 
Chief "The Bull Pup" (3); Glee Club (3); Women's 
Pan-Hellenic Council (3). 



Zou Steele Bass 

A Z 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Washington University (1); Baylor College (2); Allied 

Arts Club CI); Parade Committee (3); Girls' Glee Club 

i 3 i ; W. A. A. Co-General Manager. 



Robert C. Berry 

Z N 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Thomas E. Bondurant 

i; N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Football il 2, 31; Basketball (1, 2, 3); Baseball (1, 
2. 3); li Club; President-Elect of Student Body. 



Braxton B. Carr 

n k e 

ENTERPRISE, ALA. 

Assistant Editor "Crimson"; Business Manager "Bull 
Pup" (2); "Entre Nous" Business Staff (3); Debating 
Team (2); Alii, d Arts Club; Forensic Club; Student 
Forum: Glee Club; Who's Who Biggest Highbrow (3). 



Mary Frank Chapple 

A Z, Z Z K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Honor Roll (2); "Entre Nous" Staff (3). 

Whitmel Cobb 
n k * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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James Oscar Colley 

x z r 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

Ministei-ial Association (1. 2, 3); B. S. U. Council (2); 
Treasurer (3); Y. M. C. A. 



Dorothy Craddock 

A Z 
FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



Carlos Cunningham 

e k n 

KANSAS, ALA. 

Food. all (1. 2, 3); H Club (2); Treasurer (3); Y. M. 
C. A. Glee Club (2). 



Leonard Carl Etheridge 

TOWN CREEK, ALA. 

Glee Club (1 2); Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); "Her 
Husband's Wife" (2). 



Virginia Evans 
* M 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Margaret Fitzpatrick 

a z, b ii e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); Secretary (2, 3); "A Full 
House"; Y. W. C. A.; Freshman Commission President 
(1); Advisor (2); Treasurer (3); Secretary State Y. W. 
C. A. Council; Women's Debating Club (1. 2); Vice- 
President (2); Basketball (2, 3); Co-ed H Club Secre- 
tary-Treasurer (2); Beta Pi Theta President (3); 
Treasurer Sophomore Class; Honor Roll (1); Riding 
and Swimming Club (1); Parade Committee (2, 3); 
Biology Assistant (3); Glee Club (3); Honorary Head 
Cheer Leader; Junior Class Secretary. 



Clifford Foster 

Z N 

OPP, ALA. 

Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Parade Committee (3). 



Elsie Mae Gammill 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



W. C. A. 



Girls' Glee Club; Glee Club Orchestra: 
Allied Arts Club. 




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Junior Class 



Lee Golrley 

i x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Business Manager "Bull Pup' (3). 



Sl sie Gllledge 

A Z 

BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 

Allied Arts Club (1); Tr usurer (2); President (3); 
Varsity Debating Team (1. 3); Gills' Debating Club 
(1); Secretary-Treasurer (2); Forensic Council i 2 1 : Y. 
W. C. A. cabinet (1, 2, 3): Dramatic Director; B. S. O. 
Vice-President (2); Swimming and Riding Club Secre- 
tary ill; Freshman Commission Secretary- Tri asurer 
ill; Girls- Glee Club. 



Al GUSTINE GUNN 
B + A. I I K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



James Grant 

x i r 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Harold Greer 

EDWARDSVILLE, ALA. 



William P. Hampton' 
x i r 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Martin Hanners 
birmingham, ala. 



Frank V. Haynes 
n k a 

CLYDE, N. C. 
Glee Club (1, 2). 






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Junior Class 



George A. Hogax, Jr. 
ii k <■>, z r 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Hazel Kyle 

B <f> A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

V. W. C. A. Cabinet; Pan-Hellenic Council (3); "Charm 
School"; W. A. A. Board (3). 



Luther Lancaster 
n k a 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Leox Levin* e 

i T 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Sigma Upsilon; President (3); "Quill" Staff (2); Editor 
(3); "Crimson" Staff (3). 



Leo McCowan 
x z r 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Glee Club (2); Allied Arts Club. 



Howard Meadows 

A A T, A E A 
LOWNDESBORO, ALA. 
Cheer Leader (3). 



Lee Waits Miles 
n k a 

ONEONTA, ALA. 
Football (3). 



Frances Moslev 

A Z, 2 £ E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman .Marshal; Sophomore Marshal; Honor Roll 
(1, 2); "Crimson" Staff (3); Parade Commfttei 
Allied Arts Club Council; Freshman Commission (1), 




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Football (1. 



Junior Class 



Dorothy Newell 
2 i x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Allied Aits Club (2. 3). 

Ray Parks 

e k n 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

3) ; Basketball (1. 2, 31 ; 
dent Junior Class. 



H Club; Presi- 



Elizabeth Richardson 
2 i x 

FORT PAYNE, ALA. 

University of Chattanooga (1). 

Loee Salter 
s i x, n k e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Assistant Business Manager Crimson (3); Y. W. C. A. 

Reporter (3); Assistant Editor "Entre Nous" (3); 

Y. W. C. A. Social Committee; Publicity Chairman 

Glee Club; W. A. A. 

Virginia Sharples 
a a n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

President Women's Athletic Association (3); Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (3). 



Sylvia Sisson 

B * A, X A * 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Parade Committee (3); Forensic Council (2); State 
Business Manager Y. W. C. A.; Student Council (2, 4); 
"Crimson" Staff (2); President Allied Arts Club (2); 
Vice-President Freshman Commission (1); Director (2); 
Dramatic Club President (2); •'Quill" Staff (2); "A 
Full House." 



Sara Slaughter 

a a e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Glee Club (3); Howard-Jefferson Club (1). 

Willie Slaughter 
a a e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Howard-Jefferson Club (1); Glee Club (3). 

Margaret Smith 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Y. W. C. A. 



Junior Class 



Walter Smith 

n k a 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Gladys Timmons 

B * A, X A <I> 
GADSDEN, ALA. 



Frieda Traweek 

b * a 

birmingham, ala. 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2). 



Ward Upton 
2 * e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Mathematics Club; '■Crimson" Staff. 



Grover Ware 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Lytle White 

2 <I> E 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Grover Williams 
2 <t> e 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

V. M. C. A.; Vice-President (3); Tennis Club (1, 2, S); 
Tennis Team (2). 



Ruby Whorton 

a a e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Glee Club. 



Tera Dell Williams 
z i x 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Class Secretary; Sophomore Class Secretary; 
Vice-President Junior Class; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). 




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Whose Pictures Do Not Appear in The Annual 



William Bonds 
Burgess Boyd 
Nan Sue Brown 
Annie James Brown 
Guy Carmichael 
Walter Casey 
Herman Clark 
Beulah Davis 
William DeLoach 
Susie Fuller 
Lee Gallman 
J. O. Gay 
Max Hinson 
Wylie Holland 
A. D. Huett 
Clarabel Isdell 
Frank James 
Max James 
Joe Johnston 



Jake Kennamer 
Louis Killian 
Fannie Levy 
Harry Levy 
William Long 
Margaret McMaiion 
Guy Marlowe 
Doris May- 
Lincoln Newfield 
Crawford Reed 
Rufus Shelton 
Atkins Simmons 
William Smith 
Percy' Still 
Winston Stuart 
Wallace Ward 
•Earl Webster 
J. W. Wells 
Leon Wiginton 



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Elaine Aaron Birmingham, Ala. 

Music Medal (1); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2). 

Edgar A. Almgren Fairfield, Ala. 

n K *. A E A 

Pan-Hellenic Council (2). 

Evie Mae Ansley Birmingham, Ala. 

A A IT 

Mildred Bagby Birmingham, Ala. 

Wilbur Blackmon Opelika, Ala. 

i x. n k e 

"Birmingham News" Scholarship; President Freshman 

Class (1); Parade Committee ( - ) ; "Crimson" Staff (2); 
President Sophomore Class. 

FRANCES Blair Birmingham, Ala. 

A A TT. H K 9 

Allied Arts Club (2): Girls' Che club (2); Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (2); Who's Who Most Popular Girl (2). 

Hendon Blaylock Ensley, Ala. 

n K A 
Band (1, 2). 

Roland Carlson Birmingham, Ala. 

Beulah Caudell Falkville, Ala. 

a a e, n k e 

•'Entre Nous" Staff (1); President Y. W. A. (2); 
"Crimson" Staff (2); May Queen (II; B. S. U. Secre- 
tary (1); Report r (2); state Second Vice-President 

(2); Dramatic Club (1); Women's Debating Team (1). 

Ernest D. Cordell Valley Head, Ala. 

n k a 

Manager Freshman Basketball (1); V. M. C. A. Cabinet 
(2). 

Lillian Cunningham .... Birmingham, Ala. 
b * a. b n e 

Freshman Commission (1); V. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); 
Allied Arts Club (2); Honor Roll. 

Ruth Darwin Birmingham, Ala. 

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Sophomore ('lass ^1^^ 

KATHRYN Davis Birmingham, Ala. 

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Catherine Dimick .... Birmingham, Ala. / 

<J> M 

Montevallo (1) 

McDonald Duni \p Rockford, Ala. ^B *3> #3 

z * e r 

Carlton Ellis . . Florala, Ala. ^B ^r ^V 

Ministerial Association. 

Herbert A. Eubank . Ensley, Ala. B 

2 N 

Frances H. Farrar Birmingham, Ala. 

i! * a, b ir e 

Wori.ey Fields Birmingham, Ala. 

2 N 

Allied Arts Club; "Crimson" Staff (2); Parade Com- 
mittee (2); Head Cheer Leader (2). 

Frank Fleming Ashland, Ala. 

11 K <I>. X A 2 "^5 J^ ^E j^SF 

Glee Club (1); Scientific Society (1); Assistant Business ^^^^^^^^^ ^fli ^^k 

Manager "Crimson" (2). ^H |^ ^M I'. 

John M. Fuller . . . Marion Junction, Ala. ^L -*gfl "** 

Malcolm Fuller Florala, Ala 

Ministerial Association (1); B. S. I". Executive Council 

(2). ^ 

William Jake Freeman .... Birmingham, Ala. 

II K A W 

Manager Freshman Football (1); Band. 4 

9 A 

Dorothy Goldner Birmingham, Ala. 





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Marguerite W. George .... Birmingham, Ala. 

i I x 

Robert H. Givens Andalusia, Ala. 

II K A 

Glee Club (1); Scientific Society (l); Student Council 

(2); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2); Pan-Hellenic Council (2). 

Naomi Goodwin Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A. Honor Roll. 

LEILA Mae Griffith Birmingham, Ala. 

Girls' Glee Club. 

Mildred Guest Fort Payne, Ala. 

s i x 

Piano Medal (I); V. \V. C. A. Secretary Women's Stu- 
dent Government. 

Mary Hargrave Ensley, Ala. 

n k e 

Honor Roll (1, 2); Freshman Commission (1); Y. W. 

C. A. Cabinet (2); Vice-President Women's Athletic 

Association (2). 

James D. Herblin Birmingham, Ala. 

Z * E 
"Crimson" Staff i L' ) . 

Frances Hobbs Birmingham, Ala. 

HERSCHEL Hobbs Birmingham, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

Julia Johnston Birmingham, Ala. 

a a e, n k e 

Honor Roll (1); Allied Arts Club (2); Student Council 
(2) J "Crimson" Staff (2); "Entre Nous" Staff (2). 

Justyne Keith Ensley, Ala. 

Band Sponsor (2). 

Paul Kincaid Birmingham, Ala. 

I N 
Manager Football (2). 

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Mary Frances Long Birmingham, Ala. 

* m, xi*. b n e, n k e 

Allied Arts Club (1. 2); "Crimson" Staff (1, 2); "Entre 

Nous" Staff (2); Treasurer Sophomore Class (2); 

Treasurer Pi Kappa Theta (2); Editor "The Bull Pup" 

(2). 

Mary Kate Mai.one Fort Payne, Ala. 

a a n 

Ruth Manley Birmingham, Ala. 

* M 

Chapman Meadows ..... Lmvndesboro, Ala. 
A A T 

Pan-Hellenic Council (2). 

Lilyclaire Meadows Lowndesbnro, Ala. 

A Z 

President Freshman Commission (1); Sophomore Rep- 
resentative Women's Student Government (2); Basket- 
ball (1, 2); Glee Club (2); Honor Roll (2); B. S. CJ. 
Council (2); Circle Chairman Y. \V. A. (2). 

Florence Mae McCoy .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Girls' Glee Club. 

Mildred McMillan Beatrice, Ala. 

a a e 

Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U. Executive Council (2). 

Mary Nunnelley Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

R. B. Peace Springville, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

R. C. Perry Montgomery, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

Elsie Prewitt Birmingham, Ala. 

A A n 

Secretary Freshman ('lass (1); Allied Arts Club (1. 2); 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); S cretary Sophomore Class. 

Frances Price Florala, Ala. 

X Q 

William and Mary College (1): Y. W. C. A.; Student 
Forum (2). 

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Lomore Class 

Victor Randolph Birmingham, Ala. 

6 K X 

Anne Will Richardson" .... Fort Pavne, Ala. 
SIX 
. Allied Arts Club (2); Secretary Y. W. A. (2). 

Laurel Robinson Haleyville, Ala. 

Girls' Glee Club. 

Marjorie C. Self Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

Allied Arts Club; Y. \v. C. A. Freshman Commission 

(1). 

Martha Simpson Birmingham, Ala. 

* M 

Y. \Y. C. A. Cabinet (2): Sophomore Representative 
W. A. A. 

Lonnell Smith Cottonwood, Ala. 

a i e 

B. S. U. Executive Council (2). 
Llcile M. Smith Cottonwood, Ala. 

a a e 

tarj Freshman Commission il): B. S. I'. Ex- 
ecutive Council i 2); Pan-Hellenic Council (2). 

Marion Stallworth Beatrice, Ala. 

A A e 

Treasurer Women's Student Government (2): Pianist 
B. S. O. Council (2); Pan-Hellenic Council (2) 

Elizabeth Stockard Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

Emory Stovall Birmingham, Ala. 

Evelyn Strickland Birmingham, Ala. 

2 I X 

Athens College (1); Medal in Organ (1); Y. W. C. A. 
Pianist (2); Allied Arts Club (2). 

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Soplioniore Class 

Odell Turner Birmingham, Ala. 

A Z 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); Glee Club; Allied Arts Club; 
Freshman Commission (1); Dramatic Club. 

Leonora Vice Birmingham, Ala. 

Z I X 

Jean Battle Walker .... Birmingham, Ala. 
A A n 

Fred Walpole Birmingham, Ala. 

Z <S> E 
Business Staff "Entre Xous" (2). 

Louise Walsh Birmingham, Ala. 

y. w. c. a. 

Gertrude Whaley Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission Y. W. C A. (1). 

Catherine Williams Birmingham, Ala. 

B * A 

Orchestra. 

Jennie V. Williams Birmingham, Ala. 

I I X 

Pauline Wilson Birmingham, Ala. 

* M 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2). 

Sadie Belle Wright Clarence, Ala. 

Math Medal (1). 

Annie Ruth Wynn Birmingham, Ala. 

B <t> A, X A * 

AMASA B. Windham Birmingham, Ala. 

I X, IT. II K 8 

Entre Nous" Staff (1, 2); Allied Arts Club; Honor 

Roll (1); Director Freshman Stunt; Parade Committee 

Chairman (2); Who's Who Wittiest Student (1); Y. M. 

C. A.; B. S. U. 

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Whose Pictures Do Not Appear in The Annual 






Emanuel Aland 
Joe Bancroit 
Pauline Band 
Charles Bates 
George Brittain 
Alfred Brown 
James Brown 
B. B. Burks 
Carl Calvert 
Daniel Carroll 
Howard Chojnowski 
Maisy Davidson 
Ed Davis 
Lamar Davis 
Burleson Dinsmore 
Noah Estes 
William Faulkner 
Leona Feltus 
Louise Ford 
Chester Foster 
Roy Foster 
Frances Fuller 
George Gauggel 



Robert Glenn 
Earl Goodwin 
Mary Elizabeth Crw 
Emanuel Green 
Awbrey Gresham 
Robert Gwin 
Lee Hall 
Joe Hall 
Christie Hayes 
Lorimer Hendricks 
Josephine High 
Hubert Hilton 
Allen Hyatt 
Charles Jones 
Bert Kimbrough 
W. C. Kirk 
Gordon Knight 
Z. A. Laney 
R. L. Lyon 
Mayo Manasco 
Gaines Mason 
DeWitt Matthews 
Ruth Miller 



Ellis Page 
Carl Park 
James Pate 
Howard Perdue 
Charles Pearson 
Mary Claire Randi.e 
John Rasco 
Sara Gene Reed 
Paul Rosenthal 
Luther Rowe 
Morris Royal 
Joy Samuel 
Samuel Sasser 
Ruby Shell 
Ernest Smith 
J. O. Smith 
Paul Snow 
William Stroud 
Ed Sweeney 
Ward Upton 
W. C. Vest 
Clayton Waddell 
Curtis Williams 






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Jessie Merle Allen Ensley, Ala. 

Mary Ella Algee, A A II . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Glee Club; Freshman Commission. 

V /il William Allison, UK*. . . . Cullman, Ala. 

Eleanor Arendale ..... Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Y. W. C. A. 

Robert E. Ansley, 2 N . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Assistant Cheer Lender; "Crimson" Staff; Y. M. C. A. 

Cabinet; Treasurer Freshman Class. 

John C. Badgett Crudup, Ala. 

Robert Bennett, n K A . . . . Lewisburg, Ala. 

Jamie Barker, <i> M Pikeville, Tenn. 

y. w. A. 

Mada Berry, A A Birmingham, Ala. 

W. A. A. Board; Vice-President Freshman Commission. 

Lillian Brewton Birmingham, Ala. 

Lauralie Bradford, A A 9 . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Barto Brown, II K A . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Ralph Caldwell, 2 N Peoria, Ariz. 

Allied Arts Club. 

Elizabeth Brown, 4> M . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Glee Club; Secretary Freshman Class. 

Dorothy Cason, A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A ; Manager Freshman Athletics. 
Mable Chisholm .... Marion Junction, Ala. 

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William Crowder, IT K A . . Birmingham, Ala. 
John Coker, n K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Ida Cunningham Birmingham, Ala. 

y. w. C. a. 

Betty Dickinson Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club. 

Louise Detamore, B * A . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
William Dunnaway, II K * . . . Orrville, Ala. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 

Joe Falletta, 2 * E . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

John English, K N Andalusia, Ala. 

Edward H. Fuller, 2 N Cullman, Ala. 

Paul Gwin, II K * Bessemer, Ala. 

Lee Goff, B <I' A Birmingham, Ala. 

William B. Harrell, 2 N . . . Thomaston, Ala. 

Harold Hatcher, II K A . . . . Hartford, Ala. 

Barbara Harris, 2 I X . . . . Goodwater, Ala. 
y. w. C. A. 

Arthur Hayes Piper, Ala. 

Sam Hogan, II K * Birmingham, Ala. 

"Crimson" Staff. 

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Freshman Class 

L. K. Hoover, 2 N Birmingham, Ala. 

C. V. Hoover, 2 N Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club. 

Leslie Hubbard, A A T Walton, Ala. 

Chari.es Hulsey, 2 N Guin, Ala. 

Freshman Football. 

Eugene Huffman, 2 <I> E . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Henry Johnson, 2 <I> E . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Vonde Lee Johnson, A A 9 . . . Cullman, Ala. 

Mildred Johnson, 2 I X . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Sam W. Jones, IT K * Pineapple, Ala. 

Robert King, 2 N Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. M. c. A. Cabinet; President Freshman Class. 

Roy Kennedy Ensley, Ala. 

Manness Kirkland, II K * . ■ Birmingham, Ala. 

Barnett Larrimore Dickinson, Ala. 

Elizabeth Kronenberg Brookside, Ala. 

R. B. Lee, 2 N Cairo, Ga. 

Herbert Lykes, K N . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Kate Malone Birmingham, Ala. 

y. w. c. A. 



Dinnie Mae Mackey .... Birmingham, Ala. 



Majel Mancun, A Z . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Glee Club; "Crimson" Staff. 



Edward C. Mason, 2 N . . Columbus Grove, Ohio 



Octavia Martin, A 7a ... . Birmingham, Ala. 
Allied Arts Club. 



Marjorie Mauney, A Z . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Y. \V. C. A.; Beta Pi Tint... 



Elizabeth Miller Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A. 



Nina Miclionico Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club. 



Ruby Miller Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A. 



Martha Morgan, 2 I X . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Eloise Montgomery, * M . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Catherine Munsell, <I> M . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission; Vice-President Freshman Class. 



Eleanor Overton, 2 I X . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club. 



Campbell Napier, 2 N . . . . Shanghai, China 

Allied Arts Club. 



Alvin Outland, II K A . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Margaret E. Padgett, * M . South Pittsburg, Tenn. 

Allied Arts Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Freshman 
Commission; Y. W. A. Cabinet; Student Council. 




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Mary Pearson, * M Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; Y. W. C. A. 

Dixie Patten, B * A . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club. 
Hughie Peerson Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A. 

Hobdy Raines, n K A Gadsden, Ala. 

R. C. Perry Montgomery, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

Mary Burl Reedy, SIX. . . Birmingham, Ala. 
y. w. c. A. 

Morris Rousso Birmingham, Ala. 

Wynelle Reeves, <I> M . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Allied Arts Club; President Freshman Commission. 

Ewell Sexton Montgomery, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

Beverly H. Shepard, * M . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
y. w. c. A. 

June Sharples, A A LT . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Vernelle Slaughter .... Birmingham, Ala. 
Edna Stewart Birmingham, Ala. 

Freshman Commission Secretary; Allied Arts; Glee 
Club. 

Henry Smith, n K * . . . Alexander City, Ala. 
Edwin Swalley, 6 K N . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

"Crimson" Staff; Sports Editor "Entre Nous." 




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George Tidwei.l Powderly, Ala. 

Ministerial Association; Freshman Football. 

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H. F. Thomas, 2 N . • Selma, Ala. 

Louise Tippin Birmingham, Ala. 

E. T. Waldron, H K A . . . . Birmingham, Ala. £U ^^ I 

Catherine Upsiiaw Birmingham, Ala. 

V. W. C. A. 

Irwin Waldrop Powderly, Ala. 

Myrtle Webb Birmingham, Ala. ^L *m.^K^WW 

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D. M. Weakley, 2 N . . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

T. C. Webster, n K A . Guthrie, Okla. ^^, i R A V 

Ft eshman Football. 

Delene Williams, - I X . . . . Clanton, Ala. 
y. w. C. A. 

Mary Edwin Wilder, -IX. . Birmingham, Ala. \ ^i^^ ^^^P 

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Rufus Worthy, II K <I> . . Alexander City, Ala. \ ^P 

Ellastein Wright Birmingham, Ala. m / ■_ <A 

y. w. c. a. m>**^m.\ *r£ M -Zm 

Guy Wood, 2 N Headland, Ala. W *^W M 4 

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Whose Pictures Do Not Appear in The Annual 



Wayne Acton 
Louis Anderson 
Evelyn Atchison 
Travis Beasley 
Mildred Brooks 
Julia Brown 
Grace Burdeshaw 
Orville Buzbee 
Thelma Callahan 
Frank Calloway 
Harlan Casey 
Catherine Clark 
Edward Clifton 
Nell Clifton 
Oscar Coburn 
Harry W. Cohn 
Ola Ruth Cook 
Ellison Cosby 
Annie Mae Crumpton 
Charles Donald 
Thelma Duke 
DeWitt Dunn 
Henry Durbin 
Raymond Dykes 
Chester Elam 



Alfred Evans 
Hickman Ewing 
Marvin Gardner 
Russell Garrett 
Ray Glenn 
Robert Glover 
Clarence Gravlee 
Olan Green 
Sam Hall 
Lester Handley 
Louise Harrison 
William Hinz 
Kathleen Horner 
Mable Hudson 
William Hutcheson 
Barney Isdell 
Douglass Jackson 
Rozelle Johnson 
Emma Lee Johnson 
Roy Kennedy 
Oscar Kinimer 
Harold Lamb 
Thomas Lawson 
Thomas Ledbetter 
Roby Lee 
Guy Lemon 
Stanley Mate 



Leburn Mays 
Reuben Merrell 
LeRoy Mooney 
Autrey Morton 
Max Oeser 
Harlan Ogle 
Elbert Pate 
Charlene Patterson 
Mary Jo Phillips 
Clarence Robinson 
Daisy Rowe 
Bert Saeger 
W. S. Shehan 
Edith Smith 
J. L. Smith 
Ernest Stidham 
Bernard Street 
Thelma Terry 
Josephine Teague 
Myra Thomas 
Carl Vickery 
Mary Agnes Waller 
Joe Mike Wells 
Dwight Woods 
Harry Young 



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HOWARDS COACHES 



The Coaches 

Howard has been fortunate in having this season a rare combination in coaches. L. P. McLane, 
better known in athletic circles as Eddie, served in the capacity as head coach, ably assisted by 
Williams (Doc) Newton and Billy Bancroft, the latter a star on the Bulldog squad a few years 
ago and known throughout the South as a small but powerful part of the team. "Doc" Newton 
has labored in the vineyard of freshman sports and developed much excellent material for future 
varsity successes. Newton also scouted the games of Howard's opponents and has contributed 
much to athletics in the college. 

With the completion of the new gymnasium by the opening of school this year a program was 
instituted along definite lines of physical education for men, a vital part of college life which 
has been lacking up to the present time. Great strides have been made with the introduction of 
intramural sports which have hitherto existed but not on the present well-organized plan. 

McLane thoroughly understands Howard athletics, being a former Bulldog football star him- 
self and has the full co-operation of all the players. Together with Bancroft and Newton, 
McLane seems to be endowed with the ability and happy faculty of getting the most out of 
athletics willingly and with good results all around. Coach has made an excellent record in the 
S. I. A. A. and no game which was lost was taken by a margin over seven points, except the 
Alabama game. Beginning the season somewhat handicapped by the loss of a number of varsity 
players from last season, he has uncovered a wealth of material in the sophomore section. 

The McLane-Newton-Bancroft coaching staff will begin its third year of service to the college 
next year and we look forward to the season with excellent prospects and a great deal of interest. 



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THE SQUAD 



The Season 

The Howard College Bulldogs opened their 1930 grid menu under the floodlights of Legion 
Field on September 19,, and won by an impressive score, 51 to o. The Marion Cadets were the 
losers. Marion presented a light, weak team that was battered to bits by the fighting Bulldogs. 
Howard showed great skill on both the offense and defense. Levvy, Estes, and Clark played 
stellar roles as ball carriers, while Laney stood out in the line. It was an easy victory for 
Howard, and McLane used his entire squad. 

On the Saturday following, which was September 27, Howard journeyed down to Tuscaloosa 
to meet the powerful Alabama aggregation, which later won the Southern Conference Champion- 
ship. Alabama ran over Howard like Howard had run over Marion and smothered the Bull- 
dogs by a 43 to o score. The Crimson Tide used three teams against the young Baptists, with 
only the regular eleven being able to score. The Bulldogs played a losing game, yet their 
fighting spirit ruled supreme. Davis was master of line play for the day. 

Jacksonville Normal fell before the rangy Bulldogs on October 3, in Anniston, by a count of 
21 to o. Howard, crippled and with several players on the injured list, led the Teachers a 
merry chase and three times crossed the goal line. Bondurant added the extra point from place- 
ment kick. Clark and Bullard were very effective on the offense. Glenn and Captain Hargrove 
starred in the line. 

Memphis, Tennessee, set the scene for Howard's third road trip and Southwestern served as 
the opponents. Howard played the hardest and most strenuous game, and won 6 to o. South- 



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HOWARD-SOUTHERN RAT GAME 

western had a swift, tricky team that fooled the Bulldogs often, but with the aid of Davis in 
the center of the line directing the team on each play, the Lynx tried all and failed. It was a 
same of skill, endurance and wit combined, and Howard was lucky to win. 

The McLanemen two weeks later visited Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, to play Duquesne Uni- 
versity. The Bulldogs fought one of the best battles of the year, but lost, 14 to 9. Duquesne 
took the lead early by recovering a fumble, but Howard followed, scoring 9 points. Gordon 
Garrett recovered a blocked punt behind the goal. Earl Goodwin had shifted his form in front 
of the oval. The final half was filled with thrills supreme. Sweeney was excellent in flinging 
passes and running with the ball and starred in the game with Goodwin and Davis. Duquesne 
is coached by Elmer Layden, former Notre Dame star, who has put out an excellent team for 
the past several years. Howard was fighting on a wet and slippery field, and scored what many 
sport writers called a moral victory, although coming out on the end of the score to the tune 
of 14 to 9. This game was played at night. 

Maryville College brought a husky Tennessee eleven to Legion Field on October 24 and was 
defeated by the Bulldogs 14 to 6. It was Howard's second home game. The game had little 
color, yet Pete Estes showed wonderful ability as a ball carrier. Howard met Chattanooga on 
November 1 in Chattanooga and lost 13 to 9. The Moccasins, led by good generalship, took 
advantage of a fumble and a four-yard punt to score twice. A pass, Levvy to Goodwin, and 
then a forty-yard dash by the latter netted Howard seven points. A safety added two more. 

The Howard-Miami game, staged in Dothan, Alabama, on Armistice Day, was filled with 
mud and water and a 24 to o victory for the Bulldogs. Little Pete Estes again starred as he and 
Russell Bullard bounded off on long, thrilling runs. Bullard returned a punt 45 yards for a 
score. Sweeney and Clark also played excellent games. 

The year's greatest football game, the Battle of the Marne, found Howard losing to Southern 
by a 13 to 7 score. Southern played superb football, while Howard lagged in both offensive and 



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HOWARD-SOUTHERN GAME 

defensive play. The Bulldogs scored first on a delayed pass from Sweeney to Clark, who ran 
beautifully for 25 yards and a score. The Panthers scored a moment later on a 25-yard penalty 
and then a two-yard buck. The half ended, Howard 7 and Southern 7. Southern outplayed 
Howard in the final half, and a pass from Black to Rice over the goal gave the Hilltoppers a 
six-point lead and a victory for the first time since 1922. 

Spring Hill beat Howard in Mobile on Thanksgiving Day, 14 to 7, and then claimed the 
S. I. A. A. title. Spring Hill had a good team that scored early to win. Estes again played 
superior football, while Clark followed with an equal performance. Levvy's punting, passing, 
and running were also splendid. 

The Bulldogs had a hard schedule with seven foreign games and three home games. Of 
these, three were played at night, being the games with Duquesne, Marion, and Maryville. 
Howard looked fine throughout the season and lost only one game by a margin over seven 
points and that to the championship University of Alabama. The squad won five and lost five 
to close the season with an average of .500. The Union University game, scheduled for 
November 29, was called off. Prospects for next year seem to be unusually good in view of the 
fact that there is a wealth of material in the present year's sophomore players. Added to this, 
a number of outstanding freshmen will graduate to varsity ranks next year. 

As usual, graduation will take from the ranks of the Bulldogs a number of players whose 
places will be hard to fill. The squad loses the services of Raymond Davis, All-S. I. A. A., 
and the greatest center ever to don the Baptist uniform. Davis will be missed next year. Russell 
Bullard also will be missing from the team next year, as he too leaves by the graduation route. 
Bullard has been responsible for much of the Bulldog success during his four years sojourn at 
Howard. Wheeler Garrett, another of the famous Garrett Brothers, has been a mainstay on the 
team and his place will be hard to fill. Captain Haywood Hargrove, from Memphis, Tennessee, 
has played his last game for the Baptists, as has Hoke Dew, veteran tackle, and Roy Flanagan. 
Grady Gilbert has contributed four years' service to the team and will be missed next year. 
Levvy, the Bulldog's pass expert, leaves via the graduation route. However, with all these 
members of the team absent next year, prospects point to another season when Howard's Right. 



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RIVAL CAPTAINS 

The 1930 Football 



Howard 5 

Howard o 

Howard 21 

Howard 6 

Howard 9 

Howard 14 

Howard 9 

Howard 24 

Howard 7 

Howard 7 



Marion o 

Alabama 43 

Jacksonville o 

Southwestern o 

Duquesne 14 

Maryville 6 

Chattanooga 13 

Miami o 

Southern 13 

Spring Hill 14 




HOWARD GRANDSTAND, LEGION FIELD 

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PARADE SPONSORS 

Back row: Mcintosh, Leveille, Ellis, Bass 
Front: Chandler, Blair, Ansley, Padgett, Ferrell 




GAME SPONSORS 

Davis, Bellsnyder, Levinge 



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THE BASEBALL TEAM 



Coach Newton led his 1 93 1 baseball team through one of its most victorious sea- 
sons, winning ten, losing seven, and tieing one. The season was bright for Howard and 
soared high, with the losses trailing far behind the Bulldog wins and an average of 
.700 standing firm at the end of the season. The splendid teaming of the strong 
Howard men showed that a skilled tutor was at its head. The Bulldogs opened their 
season with Alabama at Tuscaloosa, and dropped the two games by scores of 10 to o 
and 7 to 4. Max Hinson pitched the opener in great style, but poor support led the 
Tiders to victory. "Atwater" Kent took the role as hurler in the second game, which 
was a good exhibition until Kent sent a fast one down the groove to Sington, who 
parked it out of the ball park. This was probably the longest hit ball during the 
season, and Alabama won, 8 to 4. 

Howard's third game was played with Spring Hill, an S. I. A. A. foe, and the 
game ended in a deadlock, with Kent and Foster as duelists. It was an eleven inning 
game, with darkness coming too soon for the 3 to 3 tie to be broken. The game held 
many thrills as closing periods were played air-tight. 

Marion suffered defeat in three struggles with the strong Newton nine by counts 
of 12 to O, 20 to 3, and 7 to 3. Page shut the cadets out in the opening game of this 
series. "Lefty" McLendon was right with his south paw in the second game and 



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won in splendid form. The southpaw's canny delivery proved too bewildering for the 
cadets. Kent led the Bulldogs in their final game with seven scores for Howard and 
three for Marion. Vic Goodwin led the batting for the Bulldogs, getting two homers 
and a double. Captain Watson and Tom Bondurant also starred with a circuit each. 

The seventh and eighth games were played with the University of Mississippi, 
which resulted in a win for Howard to the tune of 9 to 6 in the first encounter and 
a loss, 4 to 2, in an eleven inning tussle. McLendon was again clicking with his 
left in natural form. Kent hurled the second and lost after a struggle of eleven 
innings, playing like an iron man in his second eleven-inning affair. 

Birmingham-Southern had little resistance to offer the east-side team, and lost 
three of their four games with Howard. Kent won the initial game of the series, 
14 to 3. Ray Parks and Bondurant were Newton's stars in this game. McLendon 
opened the second game, but was relieved in the third inning by Kent, with the score 
favoring the Panthers 3 to o. Kent brought the Bulldogs from behind to win, 4 to 3, 
giving up only one hit in the remaining six innings of play. Southern annexed the 
third game by a count of 6 to 4. Hinson pitched, but poor support forced him into 
defeat. Newton put new life into his men for the final game and sent them to the 
diamond to bat out sixteen runs to the Panthers' three. Kent hurled, and Bettison 
also starred. 

Howard met Bowdon College in a four-game series, with the Baptists winning 
the first three by scores of 3 to o, 12 to 2, and 14 to 8, but lost the fourth by a count 
of 9 to 6. Bud Harris' team had a fair season, yet Coach Newton had primed his 
Bulldogs to their peak and shot them through the series in excellent style. Ellis Page 
pitched his second shut-out of the season in the first game with Bowdon. Page was 
keen on the mound and showed much skill and perfect form. Bowdon was blanked 
3 to o, and McLendon won the second, 12 to 2, with Hinson taking the third, 14 to 8. 
The Bowdon team was hitting and fielding fine in the last game to win by a count 
of 9 to 6. 

The last two games of the season were with Auburn, who won both after playing 
hard, even, balanced games, and at the close led 7 to 4 and 8 to 6. The closing game 
of the season was one of the best during the year. Kent pitched excellent ball for seven 
innings, but weakened and was relieved by Page. Kent struck out fourteen men and 
Page two. 

The Bulldogs had a good season and completed the year with letters going to the 
following men: Bettison, Spicer, Captain Watson, George, Burns, Bondurant, Ken- 
namer, Goodwin, Hinson, McLendon, Page, Kent, Parks, Long and Robbinette. 
Charles Etheridge was superior as an excellent manager. 



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1931 Basketball 



Hubert Hilton, midget forward, was one 
of the best basketball men Howard had back 
for the 1930 floor five. "Pooley" had a keen 
eye for the basket and registered impressively. 

Ray Parks, stellar junior performer, played 
a splendid cage game with the Bulldogs in his 
sophomore year; he also repeated the excellent 
feat as a junior. "Baby" had plenty of canny 
shifts that were unexcelled and was a sure shot. 

Russell Bullard, senior guard, played a 
nice game on the hardwood. After returning 
late to the floor game, Russ starred in every 
game. His fine defensive work dominated the 
Bulldog team. 

Tom Bondurant was a weathered guard 
that loved the basket sport. His excellent 
spirit as well as his brilliant playing pushed 
the McLanemen upward. "Blondy" will 
have one more year to play for Howard. 

Horace Dew closed out a sensational bas- 
ketball career by graduation. "Hoke" played 
at center and showed keen interest in the 
game. His vigorous efforts were marked by 
the word success. 

Dewey Cox was a smart guard that had 
seen one season of varsity work. He knew 
the game thoroughly and played wisely. Cox 
is lost to the cage game through graduation. 

Cherry Foster, individual star, worked 
most impressively at forward. Cherry had 
once played under the Bulldog flag two years 
past. His return was hailed with delight and 



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his playing was superb. The star forward had 
an eagle eye for the basket. 

Bert Kimbrough, sophomore forward, 
rounded out a flashy form after leaving the 
frosh quint. "Kittie May" was small in size 
but great in the floor game. 

"Vic Randolph was a stepper that set out 
with a great pace as a guard. "Vic" played 
bright basketball and seldom was a goal made 
in his zone, so excellent was his defensive 
work. 

Gordon Garrett, center, was a star from 
the beginning. His jumping, passing and 
shooting placed him in the front ranks of Bull- 
dog players. The rangy center will be back 
next year and great things are expected of him. 

Howard Sentell joined the Howard cage 
team and performed well. Sentell's knowl- 
edge of the game was unlimited and he shone 
in practically every game. 

Awbrey Gresham, manager, was very ac- 
tive as a Bulldog basketeer. His untiring 
work was met with excellent co-operation 
from all the team. 

Alfred Brown, ex-freshman guard, played 
a good season with the cagemen. "Al" had 
plenty of fight and drive and will return for 
two more years of play. 

C. W. Bates fought hard to attain a reg- 
ular place on the Red and Blue squad. 
"Grubby" put in plenty of hard work which 
transformed his efforts into a season of bril- 
liant floor play. 




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THE FRESHMAN SQUAD 



The Howard Rats played one of their best years on the gridiron, even though Coach Newton 
was forced to alter the formations time and again in order to prepare the varsity for their rough 
opponents. Newton led his eleven to Tuscaloosa for the initial game of the year and the Baby 
Tiders came out on the long end of the score, 18 to 7. It was a hard-fought game with the 
Bullpups fighting a much heavier and more experienced team. Howard scored as the result of a 
blocked punt on the 30-yard line that rolled to the six-yard stripe before a Bullpup covered it. 
Henry Smith blocked the kick. Charlie Hulsey, after three tries had failed, ran the ball over and 
kicked for extra point. Lawson, Hatcher, and Hulsey were the outstanding players of this game. 

The frosh next met the Chattanooga Baby Moccasins and were defeated by a score of 14 to o. 
Chattanooga had a good team with plenty of reserve strength. "Red" Garrett, Hickman Ewing, 
Swede Lawson, Joe Wells, and Dunnaway looked good for Howard. In the next struggle the 
Pups were smothered by S. M. A., 18 to o. Howard had just changed from the Southwestern 
system to the Rockne system, and thus were not in the best of shape to meet S. M. A. Fontille, 
Sheehan, Smith, Webster, and Kennedy were outstanding for the Howard frosh. 

Bowdon College brought a strong team to Berry Field in hopes of victory, but the Bullpups 
staged a comeback and held them to a scoreless draw. 

Bowdon was forced to take the defense in the early minutes of play and did well to hold their 
own. Green and Ewing gained the yardage for Howard while Hinz, Stidham, Garrett, Wells, 
and Hubbard played brilliantly on the defense. After losing three and tieing one game, the 
Bullpups met the Baby Panthers from Southern. Howard was rated far below the Southern 
team, yet "Doc" Newton primed his men so that when the game had ended Southern was 
defeated, 7 to 6. 

The Bullpups put up a fighting spirit that has never been equaled and after sixty minutes of 
hard grinding, scored a win. Southern had a much superior team, but the Newton competitive 
spirit was too forceful. The Bullpups earned their score after a pass from Ewing to Garrett had 
placed the ball on the n-yard line. Ewing, on a triple lateral pass, carried the ball over and 
sewed up the game. The combination was Hulsey to Fontille to Ewing. Hulsey kicked the goal 
for extra point. A pass also netted Southern their touchdown, but the extra point was missed 
and the game lost. 

Newton's frosh team had a keen supply of footballers that will give much power to the varsity 
squad next year. 




BASEBALL 



The Howard College freshmen of 1930 enjoyed a fine season of baseball on the diamond. 
Clarence Vines was coach of the hefty baseball squad. 

The Bullpups underwent a seven-game schedule, with the Alabama frosh opening it at 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was 9 to o. The freshmen were then off on a three-day road trip to Greens- 
boro, where they played S. M. A. Howard lost two and won one of the three tilts. Birmingham- 
Southern had a strong rat nine and won the three-game series easily. The Bullpups had a good 
team, with such players as Fayette, Sweeney, Laney, Goodwin, Sentell, Gresham, Manasco, Smith, 
Brown, the Hall twins, Lee and Joe, Glenn, Garrett, Bates, Randolph, Trammill, and Waggoner. 

Roy Fayette led the team in hitting as well as being a swift and errorless shortstop. Awbrey 
Gresham played a good season behind the bat with Manasco, Brown, and Glenn showing 
efficiency at bat. Bates and Randolph were stellar as pitchers for the Pups. 




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Top row: Bass, Berry, Bishop, Cason, Ellis 

Second: Fitzpatrick, Hargrave, Johnston, Kyle, Salter 

Third: Simpson, Sisson, Sharpies. 



Tli© Women's Athletic Association 



Virginia Sharples President 

Mary Hargrave Vice-President 

Hazel Kyle Secretary-Treasurer 

Board 

Martha Simpson General Sports Manager 

Zou-Steele Bass Assistant General Sports Manager 

Loee Salter General Reporter 

Mada Berry Assistant General Reporter 

Ruth Ellis Senior Sports Manager 

Virginia Bishop Assistant Senior Sports Manager 

Margaret Fitzpatrick Junior Sports Manager 

Sylvia Sisson Assistant Junior Sports Manager 

Julia Johnston Sophomore Sports Manager 

Frances Fuller . Assistant Sopliomore Sports Manager 

Louise Harrison Freshman Sports Manager 

Dorothy Cason Assistant Freshman Sports Manager 




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Girl's Hockey Team on Berry Field 

Women's Athletic Association 

For the first time in the history of the college a program of Physical Education for 
women was instituted. At the beginning of school this year the new gymnasium had 
practically reached its completion and shortly all co-eds were enrolled in physical edu- 
cation classes, under the capable direction of Miss Emily Cate, an experienced in- 
structor. 

Due to the newness of Physical Education, or rather the lack of it in former years 
many co-eds did not take kindly to the idea of compulsory gym classes and excuses 
offered were both many and original. In fairness to the college let it be said that as 
this subject is a partial requirement for the degree, those who are physically unable to 
take the full course are given gym on a modified basis. 

The Fall season opened with main attention being given to tennis and hockey. 
Co-eds soon became acquainted with blisters on their palms, and such vernacular as 
lobs, smashes, forehand and backhand drives, aces, service courts and the like. Hockey 
teams practiced daily on Berry Field and fast acquired the rudiments of the game. 

During the winter months special attention has been given to class athletics with 
emphasis on basketball and swimming. Classes for the latter have been held at the 
Birmingham Athletic Club and a marked improvement has been shown in diving and 
strokes. 

With the co-operation and assistance of the Y. W. C. A. the Women's Athletic 
Association was formed and a set of capable officers installed who bid fair to make 
W. A. A. a moving force on the compus. As the yearbook goes to press, plans are 
being formulated for an annual play day to be held in the Spring under the auspices 
of W. A. A. 



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Miss Wilma ^uck 




£Miss Hazel Leveille 



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£M\ss Leona Feltus 







£Miss Sara Qene ^eed 




{Miss ^Martha Simpson 




ZMiss Tera Ttell Williams 



Organizations Mepresented In 
Beauty Section 



Miss Wilma Buck . ... Pi Kappa Alpha 
Miss Hazel Leveille . . Chi Sigma Gamma 

Miss Leona Feltus Sigma Nu 

Miss Sara Gene Reed . . . Alpha Delta Pi 

Miss Martha Simpson Phi Mu 

Miss Tera Dell Williams . Sigma Iota Chi 




Top row : Awtrey, Guest, High, Lowi y 
Second: Meadows, Stallworth, Whiteside. 



Women's Dormitory Council 

Hazel Awtrey President 

Frances Fuller Vice-President 

Mildred Guest Secretary 

Marion Stallworth Treasurer 

Esther Whiteside East Wing President 

Sarah High West Wing President 

Mayme Lowry Senior Representative 

Susie Fuller Junior Representative 

Lilyclaire Meadows Sophomore Representative 



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The Student Vounteer Union 

Officers 

Harold Kuhnle President 

Clarabel Isdeli lice-President 

Elsie Jean Marlowe Secretary-Treasurer 

Rozelle Johnson Reporter 

Lee Gallman Pianist 

Malcolm Holland Chorister 

Members 



James Pate J. W. Wells 

Luther Rowe Olin Gay 

Joe Bancroft Robert Perry 

Malcolm Holland Lee Gallman 

Hazel Kyle 

Gordon Boggess 

Clarabel Isdell 

Ruth Jewell 

Evelyn Atchison 

Gladys Timmons 



Harold Kuhnle 
Rozelle Johnson 
Elsie Marlowe 
Guy Marlowe 

Elizabeth Miller 

DeWitt Matthews 

Paul O'Neal 

Marvin Gardner 

Daisy Rowe 

Emma L. Johnson 



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Cohen 



Padgett 



The Howard Crimson 

Just as a larger newspaper strives to entertain and instruct the community which it serves, 
the "Howard Crimson" strives to do the same thing for Howard students and faculty. Under the 
capable guidance of Harry Bertram Cohen and Robert C. Padgett, Editor and Business Manager 
respectively the "Crimson" may well take a prominent place among the better college weeklies. 

"Bob" and Harry have been aided by a capable business staff and editorial board and the 
whole organization has earned the praise of all who read the "Crimson". 

The Staff 

Harry Bertram Cohen Editor 

Robert C. Padcett Business Manager 

Assistant Editors 
Braxton B. Carr Wilbur L. Blackmon 

Advertising Staff 
Sam Hogan Loee Salter 

Circulation Managers 
Frank Fleming Winston Stuart 



Amasa B. Windham 
Frances R. Vail 



Beatrice Newman 
DeWitt Matthews 
Julia Johnston 
Lemuel Strength 
Beulah Caudell 



Literary Contributors 

Mary F. Long 
Lena Green 
Mary Hargrave 



News Contributors 

Dewey Cox Mary K. Waters 

Lucian Algee Hazel Leveille 

Edwin Swalley Malcolm Fuller 

Mary Bain Ruth Ellis 

Gladys Wricht Frances Harris 



Samuel Sasser 
Leon Levine 



Frances Mosley 
Frances Blair 
Virginia Bishop 
Gaines Mason 
Crawford Reed 
Carl Park 



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Harris Howle 

The Entre Nous 

The "Entre Nous" of '31, with Frances Harris serving as Editor and Mardis Howie as 
Business Manager, aided and abetted by certain others, is an attempt to present a slice, or at least 
a cross section, of student life at Howard. 

Whatever may be said, let it be known here and now that being grand high cheese or noble 
potentate or even fourth assistant copy reader on an annual staff "ain't all pie and ice cream." 
The staff hopes you like this yearbook. If you do, your taste is excellent; if you don't, you 
know what we think of you. 

The Staff 

Frances Harris .... Editor-in-Chief 

Mardis Howle Business Manager 

Loee Salter Assistant Editor 

Hazei. Leveili.e Senior Editor 

Mary Frank Chapple Junior Editor 

Elsie Prewitt Sophomore Editor 

Features 

Edith Ansley Harry Cohen Beulah Davis 

Dewey Cox Mary F. Long Lemuel Strength 

Art Editors 
Mary K. Waters Amasa Windham 

Organizations 

Julia Johnston Mary Bain 

Sports Editor 
Edwin Swalley 

Business Staff 
Braxton Carr Fred Walpole 

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Top row: Ansley, Bain, Call', Chappie 
Second: Cohen, Cox, Lcveille, Long 
Third: Johnston, Prewitt, Salter. Swalhy 
Fourth: Strength, Windham. Waters 



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Top row: Abercrombie, Ansley, Blackmon, Bullard 

Second: Colley, Cordell, Cox, Dix 

Third: Dunnaway, Fuller, Givens, Hankins 

Fourth: King, Kuhnle, Meadows 

Fifth: Strength, Williams. 




Officers 

Dewey L. Cox President 

Grover Williams Vice-President 

Gordon Hankins Secretary-Treasurer 

Ernest Cordell Social Director 

Curtis Williams Chorister 

Robert Axsley Pianist 



Cabinet Members 



Fulton Abercrombie 
Wilbur Blackmox 
Albert S. Dix 
John Fuller 
Bert Kimbrouch 
Harold Kuhkle 
Andrew Prewitt 
Lemuel Strength 

Robert Givens 



Russell Bullard 
J. O. Collev, Jr. 
William Dunnaway 
G. O. Gay 
Lincoln Knight 
Howard Meadows 
Selwyn Smith 
Robert King 



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Top row: Colley. Ellis, Hobbs 
Second: Mayo, O'Neal, Peace 
Third: Perdue, Sexton, Tidwell 
Fourth: Ward. 




The Ministerial 

Officers 

Barney B. Burks President 

Olin Gay Vice-President 

Luther Rowe Secretary 

A. Dewey Huett Treasurer 



J. B. Brown 
Albert Dix 
A. H. Hicks 
H. B. Kuhnle 
Sam. T. Mayo 
Norman O'Neal 
E. C. Perdue 
A. J. Prewitt 
Selwyn Smith 
Mack A. Ward 
R. K. Bamburg 
G. D. Foggess 

J. M. GlBBS 

J. H. Martin 
Paul Minton 

A. Pucciarelli 
J. L. Robinson 
L. C. Walker 

B. W. Boyd 

J. O. COLLEY 



Members 

J. Olin Gay 
W. M. Holland 

A. D. Huett 
R. L. Gallman 
G. II. Mart owe 
W. A. Smith 

J. W. Wells 
Joe Bancroft 

B. B. Burks 
Freddie Cooper 
Lamar Davis 
W. H. Falkner 
Malcolm Fuller 
H. H. Hobbs 

A. V. Hyatt 
W. C. Kirk 
R. L. Lyon 

C. D. Matthews 
J. P. O'Neal 
James Pate 



R. B. Peace 
C. C. Pierson 
J. S. Rasco 
J. A. Smallwood 
W. C. Vest 
H. C. Waddell 
Curtis Williams 
H. D. Durbin 
R. Dykes 
C. B. Ellis 
M. O. Gardner 
R. J. Lee 
Gaines Mason 
R. E. Merrell 
R. C. Perry 
C. F. Robison 
W. H. Sentell 
Ewell Sexton 
G. Tidwell 
Dwicht Woods 



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Top row: Bain, Bishop, Blair, Cunningham 

Second: de Launay, Ellis, Fitzpatrick, Gulledge, Hargrave 

Third: Huff, Kyle, Mann, Newman, Padgett 

Fourth: Prewitt, Salter, Sharpies, Simpson, Sisson 

Fifth: Smith, Strickland, Traweek, Turner, Wilson. 



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Officers 

Beatrice Newman President 

Sylvia Sisson Viee-President 

Virginia Bishop Secretary 

Margaret Fitzpatrick Treasurer 

Cabinet Members 

Freshman Commission Director 
Elizabeth Huff 

World Fellowship Committee 
Joy Samuel Martha Simpson 

Social Service Committee 
Mary Elizabeth Gray Margaret Padgett 

Industrial Committee Inter-Racial Committee 

Hazel Kyle Virginia Sharples 

Social Committee Devotional Committee 

Loee Salter Elsie Prewitt 

Lillian Cunningham Bulletin Board 

Room Chairman Elizabeth de Launay 

Frances Elair Maisy Davidson 

Pianist Chorister 

Evelyn Stirckland Elizabeth Smith 

Reporter Typists 

Ruth Ellis Frieda Traweek 

Scrapbook Marv Hargrave 

Mary Moore Bain Registrars 

Odell Turner Nellie Mann 

Pauline Wilson 
Dramatic Committee 
Susie Gulledge 

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Long 



Gourley 



Mary Frances Long Editor 

Lee Gourley Business Manager 

The Bull Pup, or as it is generally known "The Freshman Handbook" or "Rat Bible," 
is published by an editor and business manager elected by the Student Body. It con- 
tains the constitution and names of campus organizations and officers and contains val- 
uable information for the new student. 



The Quill 

Leon Levine, Editor 
Editorial Board 



Harry B. Cohen 



Jules deLaunay 



Catherine Gerald 

The Quill is Howard's contribution to literature. This quarterly magazine has the 
support of Sigma Upsilon and Chi Delta Phi, honorary literary organizations for 

men and women. 




Levine, de Launay, Gerald, Cohen 



116 




Back row: Windham, Blaekmon 

Middle: Strength, Carr, Cox, Newman, Padgett, Sasser, Cohen 

Front: Salter, Bain, Johnston, Harris, Caudell, Long. 



Pi Kappa Theta 

Honorary Journalistic Fraternity 
Officers 



Harry Bertram Cohen . 
Mary Bain ..... 



. President 
Vice-President 



Frances Harris Secretary 

Mary Frances Long Treasurer 



Class of 1931 



Harry Bertram Cohen . Birmingham, Ala. 

Dewey L. Cox . Boaz, Ala. 

Frances Harris .... Birmingham, Ala. 
Lemuel Strength 



Hazel Leveille . 
Beatrice Newman 
Robert C. Padgett 
. Tallassee, Ala. 



• Birmingham, Ala. 
. . . Akron, Ohio 
So. Pittsburg, Tenn. 



Class of 1932 



Mary Bain . . . 
Braxton B. Carr 



• Birmingham, Ala. Leon Levine Birmingham, Ala. 

. Enterprise, Ala. Loee Salter Birmingham, Ala. 

Samuel Sasser Birmingham, Ala. 



Wilbur L. Blackmon . . 

Beulah Caudell Falkville, Ala 

Mary Hargrave .... Birmingham, Ala. 
Mary Frances Long 



Class of 1933 

. Opelika, Ala. Edwin Swalley 



Amasa Windham . 
Julia Johnston . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Members of the upper classes who have served one year on the "Crimson" Staff and have 
shown exceptional ability in journalism and have maintained a high standard in their work are 
eligible for membership. 



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Top row: Dix, Caudell, Colley, Cox 

Second: Fuller, Meadows, McMillan, Newman 

Third: Robinette, Lonnell Smith. Lucile Smith, Stallworth. 



Executive Council 

OF 

The Baptist Student Union 

Albert S. Dix President 

J. W. Wells First Vice-President 

C. DeWitt Matthews Second Vice-President 

J. Paul O'Neal Third Vice-President 

Effie Mae Robinette Secretary 

J. O. Colley, Jr Treasurer 

Beulah Caudell Reporter 

Curtis T. Williams Chorister 

Marion Stallworth ... Pianist 

Dewey L. Cox Y. M. C. A. Representative 

Beatrice Newman . . . Y. IV. C. A. Representative 

B. B. Burks Ministerial Association 

Lilyclaire Meadows .... Y. IV. A. Representative 
Lucile Smith . . . . A. C.-U. Y. P. U. Representative 

Lonnell Smith Sunday School Class 

Mildred McMillan Lambdin B. Y. P. U. 

Malcolm Fuller S. O. S.-B. Y. P. U. 

Marvin Gardner Student Mission Band 



119 



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1 

Back row: Cohen, de Launay, Ilogar 
Front low: Howie, Levine, Windham. 

Sigma 

National Honorary Literary Fraternity 

Alpha Gamma Epsilon Chapter 

Established in IQ26 
Colors: Purple and White Flower: Cream Rose 

Frater in Facultate 
August H. Mason 

Fratres in Collegio 

Leon Levine President 

Jules de Launay Vice-President 

Harry B. Cohen Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Class of 1931 

Harry B. Cohen Birmingham, Ala. 

Mardis W. Howle Falkville, Ala. 

Jules de Launay Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

George Hogan Birmingham, Ala. 

Leon Levine Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1933 

Amasa B. Windham Birmingham, Ala. 

Sigma Upsilon is a National Literary Fraternity open to men of the upperclasses 
who have talent in literary lines. 

120 




Top row: Gerald, Goldner, Harris, Long 
Second: Timmons, Vail, Waters, Wynn. 

CM Delta Phi 

National Honorary Literary Sorority 

Mu Chapter 

Established 1924. 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 
French Haynes 

sorores in collegio 

Frances R. Vail President 

Frances Harris Vice-President 

Katherine Gerald Secretary-Treasurer 

Class of 1931 

Katherine Gerald Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Harris Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances R. Vail Bessemer, Ala. 

Mary Katherine Waters Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

Sylvia Sisson Birmingham, Ala. 

Gladys Timmons Gadsden, Ala. 

Class of 1933 

Dorothy Goldner Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Frances Long Birmingham, Ala. 

Annie Ruth Wynn Birmingham, Ala. 



i 




Gulledge, Bishop, Fitzpatrick, Bain 



Officers 

Susie Gulledge President 

Virginia Bishop Vice-President 

Marcaret Fitzpatrick Secretary-Treasurer 

Mary Moore Bain Treasurer 



Edith Ansley 
Mary Algee 
Henrietta Armstrong 
Eleanor Arendale 
Mary Moore Bain 
Pauline Band 
Zou-Steele Bass 
Virginia Bishop 
Wilma Buck 
Frances Blair 
Braxton Carr 
Ralph Caldwell 
Harry Cohen 
Lillian Cunningham 
Dorothy Craddock 
Beulah Davis 
Ruth Ellis 
Leonard Etheridge 
Leona Feltus 
Margaret Fitzpatrick 
Frances Fuller 



Members 

Worley Fields 
Catherine Gerald 
Susie Gulledge 
Frances Harris 
Louise Harrison 
Victor Hoover 
Mardis Howle 
Julia Johnston 
Vonde Lee Johnson 
Hazel Leveille 
Mary Frances Lonc 
Nellie Mann- 
Frances Mosley 
Leo McCown 
Mary E. McIntosh 
Octavia Martin 
Marjorie Mauney 
Nina Miglionico 
Majel Mangun 
Dorothy Newell 
Margaret Newell 



Campbell Napier 
Eleanor Overton 
Robert Perry 
Elsie Prewitt 
Dixie Patten 
Mary Pearson 
Marcaret Padgett 
Crawford Reed 
Anne Will Richardson 
Wynelle Reeves 
Mary Claire Randle 
Sylvia Sisson 
Marjorie Self 
Elizabeth Smith 
Evelyn Strickland 
Frances R. Vail 
Esther Whiteside 
Mary Edwin Wilder 
Mary Katherine Waters 
Amasa Windham 
Gladys Wright 




Top row: Ellis, Farrar, Fitzpatrick. Levine, Long 
Second: Mann, Mauney, Mcintosh, Newman, Vail. 



Flower: Fleur-de-Lis 



National Honorary French Fraternity 

Theta Nu Chapter 

Established in IQ26 
Colors: Royal Purple, Gold and White 

Officers 

Margaret Fitzpatrick President 

Henrietta Armstrong Vice-President 

Nellie Mann Secretary-Treasurer 

Mary Elizabeth McIntosh Treasurer 

Class of 1931 

Ruth Ellis Birmingham, Ala. Mary E. McIntosh . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Nellie Mann Birmingham, Ala. BEATRICE Newman Akron, Ohio 

Frances R. Vail Bessemer, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

Henrietta Armstrong . . Birmingha, Ala. Leon Levine Birmingham, Ala. 

Margaret Fitzpatrick . Birmingham, Ala. Crawford Reed .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1933 
Frances Farrar .... Birmingham, Ala. Mary Frances Long . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1934 
Marjorie Mauney . . • Birmingham, Ala. 



123 




Top row: Awtrey, Case, Chappie, de Launay 
Second: Elliott, Gunn, Huff, Lowry 
Third: Mosley, Mcintosh, Simpson, Waters 
Fourth: Whitehouse. 



124 



3igma oignia 

National Honorary Education Sorority 



Beta Chapter 

Established in J028 
Colors: Purple and White Flower: Iris 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Elizabeth Huff President 

Mayme Lowry Vice-President 

Mary Elizabeth McIntosh Secretary 

Frances Elliott Treasurer 

Class of 1931 

Hazel Awtrey Steele, Ala. 

Louise Case Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth ue Launay Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Elliott Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth Huff Birmingham, Ala. 

Mayme Lowry Oneonta, Ala. 

Mary Elizabeth McIntosh Birmingham, Ala. 

Dorothy Simpson Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Katherine Waters Birmingham, Ala. 

Acnes Whitehouse Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

Mary Frank Chapple Birmingham, Ala. 

Augustine Gunn Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Mosley Birmingham, Ala. 



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Top row: Mcintosh, Dix, <le Launay, ^.bercrombie 
Sec I Colley, Ward, Palmer, Norris, 



Kappa Phi Kappa 

Natonal Honorary Education Fraternity 

Alpha Iota Chapter 

Established in IQ2Q 

Fratres in Facultate 

H. M. Acton Vernon Mangun O. S. Causey 

W. E. Bohannon R. L. Alexander Paul de Launay 

John C. Dawson L. P. McLane 

Fratres in Collegio 

Jules de Launay President 

Albert S. Dix Vice-President 

Fulton Abercrombie Secretary-Treasurer 

Class of IQ 3 1 

Fulton Abercrombie Birmingham, Ala. 

Jules de Launay Birmingham, Ala. 

Albert S. Dix Mobile, Ala. 

Walter C. McIntosh Birmingham, Ala. 

Chester H. Norris Mt. Pleasant, Ala. 

Beckham D. Palmer Eutavv, Ala. 

Mack A. Ward Atmore, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

J. O. Colley Montgomery, Ala. 

A. Pucciarelli Birmingham, Ala. 



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Top row: Abercrombie, Almgren, Dix, Hankins, Meadows 
Second: McMurry, Norris, Palmer, Warrick, Williams. 



Alpha Epsiloe Delta 

National Honorary Pre-Med Fraternity 

Alpha Beta Chapter 

Established in 1928 

Fratres in Facultate 
J. L. Brakefield J. A. Ward 

Fratres in Collegio 

VV. H. Crane » President 

Chester H. Norris Vice-President 

Albert S. Dix Secretary-Treasurer 



Class of 1931 

Fulton Abercrombie . . Birmingham, Ala. Chester H. Norris . 

Albert S. Dix Mobile, Ala. Beckham D. Palmer 

Gordon Hankins • . • Birmingham, Ala. William D. Warrick 

William H. McMurry . . . Fairfield, Ala. Howard B. Williams , 



W. H. Crane . . 

Howard Meadows 



Edgar A. Ai.mgren . 
Burleson Dinsmore 



Class of 1932 
. Birmingham, Ala. Lincoln Newfield 

Lowndeshoro, Ala. Percy Still . . . 



. Mt. Pleasant, Ala. 
. . . Eutaw, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. West Greene, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 
Birmingham, Ala. Paul Rosenthal . . 

. . Decatur, Ala. William O. Stroud 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



127 




Top row: Cohen, Padgett, Park 
Second: Prewitt, Gourley, Summers 
Third: Turnipseed, Vines. 



128 



Pi Gamniiia Mm 

National Social Science Fraternity 

Founded at Southwestern University, 1924 

Established at Howard, 1028 

One Hundred Active Chapters 

Motto: "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." 

Fratres in Facultate 
L. W. Lohr J. K. Greer 

R. L. Alexander J. H. Hendricks 

Fratres in Collegio 

Officers 

Alfred Turnipseed President 

Robert C. Padgett Vice-President 

L. W. Lohr Secretary-Treasurer 

Class of 193 1 

Harry B. Cohen Birmingham, Ala. 

Eugene Emfinger Birmingham, Ala. 

Robert C. Padgett So. Pittsburg, Tenn. 

Andrew J. Prewitt Fort Payne, Ala. 

Curtis Summers Birmingham, Ala. 

Alfred Turnipseed Birmingham, Ala. 

Luther Vines Clanton, Ala. 

Class of IQJ2 
Lee Gourlev Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1 933 
Carl Park Birmingham, Ala. 



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Newman, Mcintosh, Lowry, Elliott 



Hypatia 

Senior Honor Society for Women 

Founded at the University of Alabama in IQ22 
Colors: White and Gold Flower: Yellow Rose 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Beatrice Newman President 

Mary Elizabeth Mcintosh Vice-President 

Mavme Lowry Secretary-Treasurer 

Frances Elliott Historian 



Hypatia is an organization which selects in May on "tap day" 
those members of the Junior Class who have shown themselves to 
possess General Scholarship, Character and Personality, Interest in 
College Activities, College Honors. The members of this self-per- 
petuating society are chosen upon the basis of present usefulness to the 
institution and the promise of future usefulness to humanity. 






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Top row: Almgren, Mullard, Dix, Foster, Givens, Howie 

Second: Lamberth, Levvy. Meadows, McMurry, Padgett, Palmer. 



Men's Pan*Mellenic Council 

Officers 

William H. McMurry President 

Albert S. Dix Secretary-Treasurer 



Representatives 



Theta Ktif</>a Nu 

Albert S. Dix 
Russell Bullard 



Pi Kafpa Phi 

Robert Padgett 
Edgar Almgren 



Pi Kappa Alpha 

Francis Levvy 
Robert Givens 



.llplia Lambda Tail 

Chapman Meadows 
Beckham Palmer 



Sigma Nu 

Clifford Foster 
Wade Lamberth 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Morgan Baker 
Mardis Howle 



Chi Sigma Gamma 

Atkins Simmons 
W. H. Crane 



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Top row: Ansley, Awtrey, Bain, Bishop, Elliott, Ellis, Kyle 
Second: Lowry, Morgan, Sharpies, Smith, Stallworth, Williams. 

Women's Pan^Hellenie Council 

Officers 

Ruth Ellis President 

Virginia Bishop Vice-President 

Jeanette Morgan Secretary 

Mavme Lowry Treasurer 

Representatives 

Alpha Delta Pi Sigma Iota Chi 

Virginia Bishop Mavme Lowry 

Virginia Sharples Tera Dell Williams 

Phi Mu Beta Phi Alpha 

Hazel Awtrey Frances Elliott 

Edith Ansley Hazel Kyle 

Delta Zeta Alpha Delta Thela 

Mary Moore Bain Lucile Smith 

Jeanette Morgan Marion Stallworth 



»33 



An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear of Ward. 

Act I. Scene i. 

Time: Around the opening of school, rush season is on. 
Place: Pikaya House somewhere on Underwood Avenue. 
Dramatis Personae: Harold and Jake, Potts, Givens, et al., and 
one innocent Frosh. 

Givens: Frosh, did you know that we rate better than any other bunch on the 
campus? We've been out here since igi i, that is, the fraternity has and 
Harold has too, but we don't mind him. He may spend another ten years 
with us. We get anything we want. 

Frosh : Silence. 

Jake: Take our bid and you can spend two-thirds of your time at Montague. 
We practically own the steps there and the funny part is the Sigs think the 
same thing, but the joke's on them. Anytime you want to find Bill or 
Clyde or Blaylock or the rest of them go to Montague. 

Frosh: Countenance registers a blank. 

Potts: I'm not trying to act swell-headed but we really are the most popular 
bunch on the campus. 

Harold : You'd better think twice before you refuse our bid. We have lots of 
important offices and aside from Turnip, we have Algee who can always be 
depended on to run for something. He is President, Vice-President, Secretary 
and Treasurer of the Also Ran Club, a union of defeated politicians. It's 
a very exclusive organization and if anybody ever did deserve the honor, 
Algee's the one for it. 

Jake: Another thing, we always abide by Pan-Hellenic rules, too, and don't let 
anybody kid you about that. If they tell you anything about pledge pins, 
don't notice them. 

Potts: Listen, Frosh, we've got the best all 'round boy on the campus, he's 
always round at the A. D. Pi room ; we have football players, members who 
keep up our social standing, like Cordell, and my Ford. Now, how 'bout it? 

Chorus: Let's put the button on him! 

(All go in the house to look under the carpet and behind chairs for pledge 
pins and the freshman makes his get-away.) 

Curtain. 



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Top row: Algce, Bennett, Blayloek, Brown, I'okn 
Second: I'ordell, Crowder, Freeman, Givens 
Third: Hatcher, Haynes, Lancaster, Levvy, Miles 
Fourth: Nunnelley, Outland, Raines, Smith 
Fifth: Turnipseed, Warrick, Waldron, Webster. 



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Colors: Garnet and Old Gold 



Founded at the University of Virginia, 1868 
Seventy-five Active Chapters 



Publication: "Shield and Diamond' 



Flower: Lily of the Valley 



Alpha Pi Chapter 

Established in loll 

Frater in Facultate 
L. P. McLane 

Fratres in Collegio 
Class of 1931 



Lucian Algee . . . 
Francis Levvy . 
Martin Nunnellev 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Alfred Turnifseed 
William Warrick 
Clyde Wilder . 



Class of IQJ2 



Frank Haynes . . 
Luther Lancaster 



Hendon Blaylock 
J. W. Bradford . 
Ernest Cordeli. . 



. . Clyde, N. C. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 

Walter Smith . ' 



William Long . 
Lee W. Miles . . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
• . Oneonta, Ala. 



Class of 1Q33 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. Springville, Ala. 
Valley Head, Ala. 



Jake Freeman 

RORERT GlVENS 

Paul O'Dell . 



Class of 1934 



Robert Bennett . 
Barto Brown . . 
John Coker . 
William Crowder 
Harold Hatcher . 



. . Lewisburg, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Hartford, Ala. 



Oscar Kinimer 
Alvin Outland 
Hobdy Raines . 
E. T. Waldron 
T. C. Webster . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. Andalusia, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Gadsden, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Guthrie, Okla. 



J. M. Wells Andalusia, Ala. 



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An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear ol' Hard. 

Act II. Scene i. 

rime: About the first quarter of rush season. 

Plaee: Sigmanoo House, further down Underwood. 

Dramatis Personae: Wade, Clifford, Amasa, Gourley, et al., and 
the poor freshman who has stumbled in, mistaking it for 
a boarding house. 

Wade: (Shaking hands vigorously) Come right in, you've certainly come to 
the best lodge on the campus. We've been here fifty or sixty years and as 
somebody remarked "time has had the same effect on us that it has on a piece 
of cheese." We don't mind that, because it's nothing but jealousy. 

Windham: Join our brotherhood and we will make you one of the most 
popular men on Howard's campus. If I can achieve popularity, there is 
hope for anyone. We have the most outstanding men at the college ; Clifford 
here, is the Man About Town from Opp, Alabama. He never wore shoes 
until he was eighteen, but you'd never know it now. We also have the in- 
coming president of the Student Body, Tom Bondurant, who was put in 
office by a landslide of fifteen votes. He doesn't know what it's all about 
but don't blame him for that, we had to run somebody, and don't forget this, 
we are not connected with any kind of line-up either. Another thing, we did 
very little politicking this year in the Who's Who election, and that's to 
our credit. 

Brother Gourley: I am Business Manager of the Bull Pup and that's no bull. 
Join our society and I will make you my assistant. We'll make big money 
and ride in Cords. What do you say? 

Freshman : Says nothing. 

Blackmon: (The pride of Opelika) Everybody knows that we are the best 
frat — . 

Brother Foster: Starts up at hearing a noise like firecrackers exploding — makes 
a hasty exit. 

Windham: (Aside) Put another stovelid on that churn, Clifford. 

(Freshman dashes out the door pursued by Lamberth with a button.) 




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Top row: Ansley, Berry, Bondurant, Blackmon, Caldwell 
Second: Eubank, Field, Foster, E. Fuller, J. Fuller 
Third: Gourley, Harrell, C. Hoover, L. Hoover, Hulsey 
Fourth: Kincaid, King-, Lamberth, Lee, Mason 
Fifth: Napier, Sparks, Thomas, Turberville 
Sixth: Weakley, Windham, Wood. 



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iMna Nu 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 
Ninety-six Active Chapters 



Colors: Gold, Black and White 



Publication: "The Delia" 



Flower: JV liite Rose 



o 



Iota Chapter 

Established in l8~Q 

Fratres in Facultate 
O. S. Causey W. H. Bancroft 



Wade C. Lamberth 



Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1 93 1 

Alexander City, Ala. J. K. Turberville 

O. B. Sparks Birmingham, Ala. 



Century, Fla. 



Class of 1932 



R. C. Berry . . 

T. E. BONDURANT 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



J. C. Foster, Jr. 
M. L. Gourley 



. . . Opp, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 

W. L. Blackmon Opelika, Ala. J. M. Fuller . 

H. A. Eubank .... Birmingham, Ala. R. P. KlNCAlD . 

Worley Field Birmingham, Ala. A. B. Windham 

Class of 1934. 



Marion Junction, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Birmingham, Ala. 



R. E. Ansley Birmingham, Ala. 

R. W. Caldwell, Jr Peoria, Ariz. 

E. H. Fuller Cullman, Ala. 

S. H. Hall, Jr Birmingham, Ala. 

W. B. Harrell, Jr. . . . Thomaston, Ala. 
C. V. Hoover, Jr. . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

L. K. Hoover Birmingham, Ala. 

Guy Wood . . . 



C. H. Hulsey Guin, Ala. 

R. L. King Birmingham, Ala. 

R. B. Lee Cairo, Ga. 

E. C. Mason . . • Columbus Grove, Ohio 

N. C. Napier Shanghai, China 

H. F. Thomas Selma, Ala. 

D. M. Weakley, Jr. . . Birmingham, Ala. 
■ . Headland, Ala. 



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ere Greek Drama 



An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear ol' H'ard. 

Act III. Scene i. 
Time: Still in first quarter of rush season. 

Place: Pikappaphi domicile, back of Berry Field and be sure to 
watch out for mudholes on the field after a rain. 

Dramatis Personae: Rufus, McDanal, Padgett, and the Hall 
twins. 

Rufus (Out on porch scanning horizon with hands shading eyes and looking 
anxious). 

McDanal : See anything yet, Brother Rufus? 

Rufus: Nope, not a darn thing. 

Padgett: It's just like this, if we don't pledge somebody — . 

Rufus: (Excitedly) Hey, wait a minute. 

(Frosh stumbles in whipped out after sprint from Sigmanoo House.) 

McDanal : Well, we are mighty glad to see you. This is Mortgage Manor, 
otherwise known as the home of Pikappaphi. 

/. Halt: We have many famous alumni, but right at the present time we are 
a little embarrassed by our lack of outstanding men in the chapter. 

L. Hall: You forgot to mention Padgett. 

/. Hall: Yeah, that's a fact. Well, Padgett is our most oustanding office 
holder. He is Business Manager of the "Crimson" and holds a big office. 
He also holds all the show passes he gets, too. 

Padgett: How do you feel about politics, frosh? 

(Freshman gives a hopeless stare.) 
Padgett: Well, listen here. United we stand, divided we don't get any offices. 

The line-up is a great thing. 

Rufus: We not only have the best looking house and the niftiest pin, but we 
court the best looking girls. We need men and 'specially men like you. 

McDanal: Let's show him the house. 
Chorus: Come on frosh. 

(But to no avail, for the frosh has jumped off the porch and is moving by 
leaps and bounds.) 



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Top row: Allison, Almgren, Cobb. Dunnaway, Fleming- 
Second: Gwin, L. Hall, J. Hall, G. Hogan, S. Hogan 
Third: Jones, Kirkland, McDanal, Padgett, Park 
Fourth: Shelton, Smith, Stuart, Worthy. 



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IIOsMiSSS 




Pi Kappa Phi 

Founded at College of Charleston, 1904 

Thirty-nine Active Chapters 

Colors: Gold and White Flower: Red Rose 

Publication: "The Star and Lamp of Pi Kappa Phi" 

Alpha Eta Chapter 

Established in 1925 

Frater in Facultate 
Williams Newton 



Horace McDanal 



Class of 1 93 1 
. Sipsey, Ala. Robert C. Padgett . South Pittsburg, Tenn. 



Whitmel Cobb . 
George A. Hogan 



Class of 1032 

. Birmingham, Ala. Rufus Shelton ... Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Winston Stuart .... Pineapple, Ala. 



Edgar A. Almgren 
Frank Fleming . 



William Allison . 
William Dunnaway 
Norman Goodwin . 
Paul Gwin . . . . 



Class of 1933 

. Birmingham, Ala. Joe F. Hall . 
. . Ashland, Ala. Levoyd Hall . . 
Carl Park Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1934 
. . Cullman, Ala. Samuel Hogan . 



Swaim, Ala. 
Swaim, Ala. 



. . . Orrville, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

. Bessemer, Ala. 

Rufus Worthy . . 



Sam W. Jones . 
Manness Kirkland 
Henry Smith . . 
Alexander City, Ala. 



. Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Pineapple, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 

Alexander City, Ala. 



An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear ol' H'ard. 

Act IV. Scene i. 

Time: Rush Season, most hectic part of it. 

Place: Thetakappanu House, built adjoining Berry Field, so the 
football team wont have far to go to practice. 

Dramatis Personae: Hargrove, Bullard, Dew, Flanagan, et al. ; 
also the Freshman of three previous acts. 

Dew: See here, you fellows, I want you to meet one of the finest boys on the 

campus. 
(All walk up solemnly and pump him by the hand, mashing the bones with 

their athletic grips.) 
(Frosh winces a little but says nothing.) 

Flanagan: In case you don't know it, we have the best football men in the 
college in this fraternity. Why, we have had practically every captain since 
we have been on the campus. 

Deiv: Don't forget to tell him about Clark. 

Flanagan: Clark is captain for next year, too. 

(They lead him to the mantelpiece and go through the rite of explaining 
where each cup came from and why.) 

Bullard: We haven't been here so long, but what we lack in age we make up 
for in noise and athletic ability. 

Hargrove: We aren't so selective about who we take in and we will pledge 
most anybody because we like to have a big house full of freshmen to beat on, 
it's lots of fun. Then too, it keeps down expenses to have a large crowd. 

Dew: We like your looks and we might be willing to pledge you, Frosh; now 
what about it? 

(Freshman looks at bulging muscles and athletic frames and tears out the 
front door.) 



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Top row: Barton, Bullard, Cunningham, do Loach 
Second: Dew, Dix, English. Flanagan 
Third: Garrett, Hargrove, Lykes, Manasco 
Fourth: Page, Parks, Randolph, Robertson 
Fifth: Swalley, Sweeney. 



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Theta Kappa Nu 

Organized, 1919. Nationalized, 1924 

Forty-eight Active Chapters 
Colors: Silver, Blaek and Crimson 

Publication: "The Tlieta News" 



Flower: While Rose 



© 



Alabama Alpha Chapter 

Established in IQ2J. 

Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 193 1 

John Barton Birmingham, Ala. Roy Flanagan Anniston, Ala. 

Russell Bullard . . Daytona Beach, Fla. Wheeler Garrett .... Albertville, Ala. 

Horace Dew Anniston, Ala. Haywood Hargrove . . . Memphis, Tenn. 

Albert S. Dix Mobile, Ala. Walter Lee Robertson . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

Herman Clark Alexandria, Ala. William de Loach . ■ . Birmingham, Ala. 

Carlos Cunningham .... Kansas, Ala. Ray Parks Memphis, Tenn. 

Class of 1933 

C. W. Bates Birmingham, Ala. Victor Randolph . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Lorimer Hendricks . . . Birmingham, Ala. Earl Rudolph .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Bert Kimbrough .... Birmingham, Ala. Howard Sentell .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Mayo Manasco Townley, Ala. Ernest Smith Birmingham, Ala. 

Ellis Page Birmingham, Ala. Paul Snow Birmingham, Ala. 

Ed Sweeney Ensley, Ala. 



Louis Anderson . . 
James Box .... 
Harlan Casey . 
Howard Chojnowski 
Alfred Evans . . . 



Class of 1934 

. Birmingham, Ala. Hickman Ewing .... Memphis, Tenn. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Ben Fontille Birmingham,. Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. William Hinz Winfield, Ala. 

■ Birmingham, Ala. Herbert Lykes .... Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. Robert Lucas Malone, Ala. 

Edwin Swalley .... Birmingham, Ala. 



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An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear ol' Ward. 

Act VI. Scene i. 

Time: Almost the close of rush season and many are the battle- 
scarred veterans of the Greeks. 

Place: Esspeyee House, located over at the side of Berry Field. 
Dramatis Personae: Brothers McMurry, Urquhart, Sudduth, 
and Howie. 

Howie: Where'd the frosh come from? 

McMurry: Don't know. Seems to be tongue-tied or else suffering with lock- 
jaw. Feels pulse in true medical style. 

Suelduth: I don't know where you're from, but we need men and we kind of 
like your looks. We're running short on members now on account of break- 
ing some pledges. 

Urquhart: We are blossoming out this year under a new moniker, but we have 
just the same old bunch of thugs we used to have. 

Howie: We have had some of the most important offices on the campus — 
pardon the personal reference, ahem — but we have at the present time the 
Business Manager of this great and glorious annual. 

Urquhart: Don't forget to tell him about Joe and the car. 

Hoivle: Oh, yes, I almost forgot to mention the Packard that Joe owns out- 
right. It's a great help during rush. 

McMurry : Yeah, we look like a million in it. We have prestige, there's no 
doubt about it. 

Sudduth: We always rush a big crowd because we don't often get many 
pledges and we believe in trying for as many as possible. 

Howie: In the Spring we have lots of co-eds to come over to play tennis and 
bridge but we have to be careful so Miss Haynes and the Student Council 
won't do any reporting. 

Urquhart: We are strong for the line-up, in fact it's the greatest thing about 
Howard, except the S. P. E. Chapter. We get anything we want through it. 

Sudduth: Let's go in and look and see if we can find a button. 

McMurry: Yeah, we might look under the cushions on the Chesterfield too. 

Chorus: Fine idea. Frosh wait here for us. 

(But frosh runs like the devil was behind him.) 



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Top row: ('air. Donald, Dunlap, Falletta 
.Second: C. Harper, G. Harper, Hcrblin, Howie 
Third: Huffman, Johnson. McMurry, Sparrow 
Fourth: Urquhart, Upton, Walpole, Ward 
Fifth: White, Williams. 



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Colors: Purple and Red 



n 

Founded at University of Richmond, iqoi 
Sixty-seven Active Chapters 

Publication: "The Sig Ep Journal" 

Alabama Gamma Chapter 

Established in 1030 

Frater in Collegio 
W. Morgan Baker, '30 



Flower: Red Rose 



Class of 193 1 



C. L. Harper Blackshear, Ga. 

G. T. Harper Blackshear, Ga. 

Mardis W. Howle .... Falkville, Ala. 



William H. McMlrkv 
Joh\ O. Sudduth . 
John W. Urquhart . 



. Fairfield, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of IQJ2 
Braxton B. Carr ... Enterprise, Ala. Lvtle White . . 

Grover Williams . . . Montgomery, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



George Brittain . 
McDonald Dunlap 
James Herri. in . 



Class of 1933 

Birmingham, Ala. Ward Upton Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Rockford, Ala. Fred Walpole .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. Wallace Ward .... Birmingham, Ala. 



Charles Donald . 
Joe Fai.letta . . 
Eugene Huffman 



Class of 1934 

■ . Fairfield, Ala. Henry Johnson .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. Arthur Matthews Quincy, Fla. 

Birmingham, Ala. Hugh Sparrow .... Birmingham, Ala. 



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An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear ot H'ard. 
Act V. Scene i. 
Time: Latter part of rush season; just past most hectic part. 

Place: Alfalambdataw House, about in the middle of Under- 
wood Avenue. 

Dramatis Personae: Hudson, Abercrombie, Beckham, Woolley. 

Beckham: Boys, give him air (excitedly summoning the good brothers). 

Hicks: He surely has been airing out from somewhere. 

Freshman: (Dazedly) Where am I? 

Hicks: In the home of brotherly love and talent — we have no athletes here but 
Al Brown and he's harmless. The only time we get athletic is when we go 
to the dinner table and everybody begins reaching. 

Woolley: We have the Vice-President of the Student Body (pointing to Aber- 
crombie). He's one of the youngest men in school and someday he will be a 
great horse doctor. If you ever need — . 

F. Abercrombie: Beckham is President of the Senior Class (he beams on the 
latter), and he would have been President of the Student Body but the faculty 
didn't like him. 

Beckham : We have been on the campus several years and we do exercise a 
moving force, if I do say so. 

Hicks: Yeah, talking about that moving force reminds me . . . Hope the 
landlord doesn't get the moving force idea in his head. 

Woolley: Hudson here, is one of Howard's silver tongued orators. He can 
make sinners weep and strong men break down and cry. You should hear 
him make political campaign speeches. 

Abercrombie : Speaking of politics, and politicians, let me tell you Hudson is 
the daddy of them all. He's ward boss around here. 

Beckham: We aren't a big national, but we are big at Howard. Lots of us 
have big mouths. We also mind our own business and do not break Pan- 
Hellenic rules. We report anybody else who does, too. 
(Freshman collapses from sheer exhaustion.) 



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Top row: Abercrombie, Bonds, Brown, Davis 
Second: Dinsmore, Fulmer, Hester, Hicks 
Third: Hinson, Howell, Hubbard, Killian 
Fourth: Mcintosh 
Fifth: C. Meadows, H. Meadows, Palmer, Woolley. 



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Founded at Oglethorpe University, igi6 

Sixteen Active Chapters 
Colors: Gold and Black Flower: American Beauty Rose 

Publication: "The Alplia Lambda Tau Rose Leaf" 

Eta Chapter 

Established in IQ26 

Frater in Facultate 
Ernest L. Epley 



Fratres in Collegio 
Class of iqji 



Fulton Abercrombif. 
Hudson Hicks . 
Jule Howell . . . 



. Birmingham, Ala. 

. . . . Troy, Ala. 

Midland City, Ala. 



W. C. McIntosh . 
Beckham D. Palmer 
Haywood Woolley . 



Birmingham, Ala. 

. Eutaw, Ala. 

. Montevallo, Ala. 



Class of IQJ2 



William Bonds . 
William Hester 



. Ensley, Ala. 
Clanton, Ala. 



Max Hinson 

Louis Killian 



. . Florala, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Alfred Brown . . 
Ed Davis . . . . 

Burleson Dinsmore 



'Class of 1 933 
Gordo, Ala. E. L. Fulmer 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. . ■ Decatur, Ala. 
R. C. Meadows . 



Aubrey Gresham . 
Howard Meadows . 
. Lowndesboro, Ala. 



. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
. . Hartford, Ala. 
Lowndesboro, Ala. 



Class of 1934 

De Witt Dunn .... Birmingham, Ala. Thomas Lawson . 

Leslie Hubbard Walton, Ala. S. W. Shehan . 

J. L. Smith Bay Minette, Ala. 



Bay Minette, Ala. 
• Andalusia, Ala. 



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An Extravaganza in Seven Acts and Several Scenes 

Presented by the GREEKS of dear of Ward. 

Act VII. Scenji i. 

Time: The last — absolutely, positively beyond a doubt — last day 
of rush for which many, many devout thanks are being 
breathed. 

Place: Chisigmagamma Hangout — located on Underwood near 
the car track. 

Dramatis Personae: Brothers Cox, McLendon, Colley, and 
Hankins. (All are seated in the swing.J 

McLendon: If we don't hurry up and go national soon, we never will get 
anybody. Just look at what we've got now, and no prospects either (dis- 
gustedly). 

Cox: What's that bumping sound? 

(All get up to investigate and find an overturned red wagon of the Hill 
store type with its contents — one poor Freshman — all spilled over the 
sidewalk. They all run and grab him and bring him up on the porch.) 

Hankins: Quick, get Lincoln Knight and Simmons out of sight. We want to 
make a good impression. 

McLendon : Frosh, do you realize that we are singularly blessed in not having 
to apologize for a bunch of good for nothing alumni ? Ye see, we haven't been 
here long enough to acquire any alumni worth speaking of yet. 

Cox: We haven't any automobiles but we used to have a motorcycle. We 
haven't got it now, but maybe its best after all, because there are too many 
accidents on them. Aside (we have too many of them in the chapter now). 

Colley: We always get what we want for the simple reason that nobody else 

wants it. 
McLendon: Cox is President of Y, Strength messes around on the "Crimson" 

and "Entre Nous" and "Atwater" Kent and I play baseball. Some of us go 

to church and the rest of us go — . 

(And speaking of going, it was going, going, gone, for the frosh, he was last 
seen on the highway running about ninety miles an hour. 

Curtain. 



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Top row: Colley, Cox, Crane, Fealy, Foster 
Second: Gauggel, Grant, Hampton, Hankins. Kennamer 
Third: Kent, Knight, McCown, McLendon, Simmons 
Fourth: Strength, Vines, Gilmer. 



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Chi Sigmna Gamma 

Local, Founded in 1928 



Colors: Blue, Silver and Gold 



Flower : Sweet Pea 



Fratres in Collegio 
Class of 1931 



Howard Blanton . 
Dewey L. Cox . . . 
Lawrence Gilmer . . 
Gordon M. Hankins • 



. Lafayette, Ala. 

. . . Boaz, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Odes Kent Shady Grove, Ala. 

John W. McLendon . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Lemuel H. Strength . . . Tallassee, Ala. 
Luther Vines Thorsby, Ala. 



Class of 1 g 3 2 



J. O. Colley Montgomery, Ala. 

W. H. Crane Birmingham, Ala. 

James Grant ..... Birmingham, Ala. 
W. P. Hampton .... Birmingham, Ala. 
Leon Wiginton . 



J. S. Kennamer • . 
Lincoln Knight . . 
Leo R. McCown . . 
Atkins H. Simmons 
. Hackleburg, Ala. 



Class of 1933 



James W. Fealy 



• Birmingham, Ala. 
Chester Foster . 



George Gauggel . 
. Hackleburg, Ala. 



Class of 1934 



Travis Beasley ..... Red Bay, Ala. 

Olan Green Hackleburg, Ala. 

Earnest Stidham . 



Douglas Jackson • 
Max Oeser . . . 
. Hackleburg, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Cullman, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

. Memphis, Tenn. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Phil Campbell, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



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Top row: Algee, Ansley, Armstrong, Bates, Beatty 
Second: Berry, Bishop, Blair, Brown, Chandler 
Third: F. Fuller, S. Fuller, J. High, S. High, Malone 
Fourth: May, Mcintosh, Prewitt, Roberts, J. Sharpies 
Fifth: V. Sharpies, Walker, L. York. 



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Colors: Blue and White 



Founded at Wesleyan College, 1851 
Fifty-three Active Chapters 

Publication: " Adelphean" 



Flower: Violet 



Kappa Chapter 

Established in JQ/Q 



Sara Bates . • 
Virginia Bishop 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1931 

. Birmingham, Ala. Sarah High . . . 
. Birmingham, Ala. Mary E. McIntosh 
Pauline York Empire, Ala. 



. . Ashville, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1932 



Henrietta Armstrong . Birmingham, Ala. 

Nan Sue Brown Troy, Ala. 

Virginia Sharples 



Susie Fuller . . 
Doris May . . . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



■ Perryville, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 



Evie Mae Ansley . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Barbara Beatty .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Vivian Berry' Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Blair Birmingham, Ala. 

Margaret Chandler . . . Bessemer, Ala. 

Frances Fuller Perryville, Ala. 

Jean Battle Walker 



Mary Elizabeth Gray 
Josephine High . . . 
Mary Kate Malone . 
Elsie Prewitt . 
Sara Gene Reed . . . 
Gail Roberts . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham,. Ala. 
. . Ashville, Ala. 
. Fort Payne, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. Albertville, Ala. 



Mary Algee 



Class of 1934 

. Birmingham, Ala. June Sharples . 
Lila York Empire, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



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Top row: Ansley, Awtrey, Barker, Brown, Dimick 
Second: Evans, Harris, Long, F. Manley, R. Manley 
Third: Miller, Montgomery. Munsell, Padgett, Pearson 
Fourth: Reeves, Shepard, D. Simpson, M. Simpson 
Fifth: Whiteside, Wilson. 




Founded at Wesleyan College, 1852 
Fifty-seven Active Chapters 



Colors: Rose and White 



Flower: Enchantress Carnation 



Publication: "The Agla'ia" 



Alpha Gamma Chapter 

Established in 1924. 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 
Annie Boyett 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 
Class of 193 1 



Hazel Awtkey . 
Frances Harris 



Edith Ansley 



Catherine Dimick • 
Mary Frances Long 
Ruth Manley . 



. . . Steele, Ala. Florence Manley 
. Birmingham, Ala. Dorothy Simpson . 
Esther Whiteside Oxford, Ala. 

Class of 1932 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
Margaret McMahon 



Virginia Evans ■ 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Ruth Miller . 
Martha Simpson 
Pauline Wilson 



Class of 1934 



Jamie Barker . 
Elizabeth Brown . 
Kathleen Horner . 
Eloise Montgomery 



. Pikeville, Tenn. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 

Beverly Shepard . 



Catherine Munsell 
Margaret Padgett . 
Mary Pear-son . 
Wynelle Reeves . ■ 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
• Birmingham, Ala. 



. • Birmingham, Ala. 
South Pittsburg, Tenn. 

. • Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Birmingham, Ala. 



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Top row: Bain, Bass, Buck, Cason, Chappie 
Second: Craddock, Davis, deLaunay, Ferrell, Fltzpatrick 
Third: Galloway, Gulledgi . Mangun, Martin, Mauney 
Fourth: Meadows, Morgan, Mosley, Nunnelley, Randle 
Fifth: Self, Stockard, Waters. 



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Colors: Rose and Green 



Delta Zeta 

Founded at Miami University, IQ02 

Fifty-seven Active Chapters 

Publication: "Lamp" 



Flower: Killarney Rose 



Alpha Pi Chapter 

Established in 192J. 

SoROR IN FACULTATE 
Mrs. W. E. Bohannon 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1931 

Wilma Buck Uniontown, Ala. Frances Ferrell . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth de Launay . . Birmingham, Ala. Jeanette Morgan .... Slocomb, Ala. 

Mary Katherine Waters . Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1932 



Mary Moore Bain . 
Zou-Steele Bass . . 
Mary Frank Chapple 



Kathkryn Davis . . 
Leona Feltus . 
Dorothy Galloway 
Lilyci.aire Meadows 



Majel Mangun . 
Marjorie Mauney 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Frances Mosley . 



Dorothy Craddock . 
Margaret Fitzpatrick 
Susie Gulledce . . . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 



. Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Pineville, Ky. 

. Lowndesboro, Ala. 

Odell Turner . 



Mary Nunnelley 
Mary Claire Randle 
Marjorie Self . 
Elizabeth Stockard 
• Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1934 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Octavia Martin 
Dorothy Cason 



Fort Worth, Texas 

Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham. Ala. 



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Top row: Bosworth. Davis, Darwin, Gerald, George 

Second: Guest, Harris, Johnson, Leveille, Lowry 

Third: Morgan, D. Newell, M. Newell, Overton, Owen 

Fourth: Reedy, A. Richardson, E. Richardson, Rohinette, Salter 

Fifth: Strickland, Vice, Waggoner, Wilder 

Sixth: D. Williams, J. Williams, T. Williams. 




Colors: Purple and Gold 



aigma 

Founded at St. James Xavier Academy, 1903 
Thirty Active Chapters 

Publication : "Parchment" 



Flower: Violet 



Chi Chapter 

Established in 1024. 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1931 



Helen Bosworth . 
Catherine Gerald 
Mavme Lowry . . 
Hazel Leveille . 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

. Oneonta, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Margaret Newell . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Mary Ruth Owen • . . Fort Payne, Ala. 
Effie Mae Robinette . . . Oneonta, Ala. 
Ruth Gravlee Waggoner . Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1932 



Beulah Davis . . 
Dorothy Newell 



• Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Tera Dell Williams 



Elizabeth Richardson 
Loee Salter . . . . 



Birmingham, Ala. 



. Fort Payne, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 



Ruth Darwin . ■ . 
Marguerite Georce 
Mildred Guest . . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. Fort Payne, Ala. 



Anne Will Richardson . Fort Payne, Ala. 

Leonora Vice Birmingham, Ala. 

Jennie Williams ■ . ■ Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1934 



Barbara Harris • 
Mildred Johnson 
Martha Morgan 
Eleanor Overton 



. Goodwater, Ala. 
Birmingham,. Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Mary Burl Reedy . 
Evelyn Strickland . 
Mary Edwin Wilder 
Delene Williams . • 



. Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 

. . . Clanton, Ala. 



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Top row: Cale, Case, Cunningham, lifliuriore, Elliott 
Second: Farrar, Gunn, Harris, Kyle, Mann 
Third: Newman, Patten, Sisson, Timmons, Traweek 
Fourth: Vail, Williams, Wynn. 



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Beta Phi Alpha 

Founded at University of California, IQOQ 

Twenty-four Active Chapters 
Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Yellow Tea Rose 

Publication : "Aldebaran" 

Sigma Chapter 

Established in 1928 
SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 193 1 

Mary Louise Cale . . . Birmingham, Ala. Martha Harris ... Birmingham, Ala. 

Louise Case Birmingham, Ala. Nellie Mann Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Elliott .... Birmingham, Ala. Beatrice Newman Akron, Ohio 

Frances R. Vail ..... Bessemer, Ala. 

Class of 1932 

Augustine Gunn . . • Birmingham, Ala. Sylvia Sisson Birmingham, Ala. 

Hazel Kyle Birmingham, Ala. Gladys Timmons Gadsden, Ala. 

Frieda Traweek .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1933 

Lillian Cunningham . . Birmingham, Ala. Frances Farrar .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Maisy Davidson .... Birmingham, Ala. Catherine Williams . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Annie Ruth Wynn . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1934 

Louise Detamore . . . Birmingham, Ala. Dixie Patten Birmingham, Ala. 

Lee Goff Birmingham, Ala. Mary Jo Phillips . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



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Top row: Berry, Bradford. Caudell, Ellis 

Second: Johnston, Johnson, Marlowe, McMillan 

Third: S. Slaughter, W. Slaughter, Lonnell Smith, Lucile Smith 

Fourth: Stallworth, Wharton, "Whitehouse, Wright. 



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Alpha Delta Theta 

Founded at Transylvania College, 1919 

Nineteen Active Chapters 
Colors: Turquoise, Silver and Scarlet 

Publication: "The Portals" 



Flower: Sweet Pea 



Ruth Ellis 



Pi Chapter 

Established in 1929 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 
French Haynes 

Class of 1931 

■ Birmingham, Ala. Agnes Whitehouse . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Gladys Wright Guin. Ala. 



Class of J 9 32 



Willie Mae Slaughter . Birmingham, Ala. 
Ruby Wharton • 



Sarah Slaughter . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1933 



Julia Johnston . . 
Mildred McMillan 
Lonnell Smith . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Beatrice, Ala. 
. Cottonwood, A'a. 



Lucile Smith . . . 
Marion Stai.lworth 
Beulah Caudell . . 



Cottonwood, Ala. 

. . Beatrice, Ala. 

. Falkville, Ala. 



Class of 1934 



Mada Berry . . . 
Lauralie Bradford . 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Vonde Lee Johnson . 
Elsie Jean Marlowe 



. . Cullman, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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ITS HURTINC % 
ME 1 1 



"Dedicated to all Freshmen" 



EXTRA! 



Nev? Secret Organization Discovered on Campus 



You knew that already? Well, you 
don't know the half of it, as Dean Burns 
remarked when he wrote the Shakespeare 
exam on the board. This organization is 
so secret that nobody who isn't a member 
knows it exists. How do we know? That 
would be telling, but anyway we know. 

The name of this select society is Iota 
Mu Mu, which in plain ol' everyday 
English means, I, Me, Myself. The 
members use these three words frequently 
in conversation merely as a means of 
recognition, of course. The qualifica- 
tion for membership is an immensely in- 
flated ego. You would never suspect 
that, however, from the conduct of the 
members. 

The chapter roll reads like "Who's 
Who" at Howard. All professors are 
automatically made members with Miss 
Haynes holding the highest rank. The 
Grand High Noble Potentate of the or- 
der is Mardis Howie, a man who loves 
himself and his pipe to distraction. The 
other members no less struck with their 



own superiority and greatness are as fol- 
lows : 

Amasa Bonaparte Windham, a guy 
who shoots a line so strong you can hang 
the week's wash on it. 

Leon Socrates Levine, whose philos- 
ophy and wisdom overflows the columns 
of the Crimson weekly. 

Braxton Bigmouth Carr, the boy with 
the elevated brow. 

Frances Rockpilc Vail, who has a 
corner on intellect among women. 

Jimmy California Cooper, whose 
forceful personality will get him any- 
where, even to Rose Bowl. 

Lee and Joe Hall, who explain that 
they were so wonderful they had to be 
twins to hold it all. 

Margaret Lawyer Fitzpatrick, first 
woman governor of Alabama. 

Lemuel Hercules Strength, "Colyum- 
nist" supreme of the Crimson. Strange, 
isn't it the preponderance of masculine 
names on the chapter roll. 




Prominent Members of Iota Mu Mu 



There was once a professor named Bo 

Who hypnotized thirty or so 

They all were awake 

But just for fun's sake 

They put on a wonderful show. 



There was once a lad named Wade 

Who of women was shy and afraid 

He joined up with the "Snakes" 

And found out his mistakes — 

That's how many a Don Juan was made. 



That Schoolgirl Complexion . Ed Mason 
The Arrow Collar Man . . Lucian Algee 
That Captivating Smile . . Frances Blair 

No Smoking Here Co-ed Room 

The Fifty-seven Varieties. Football Team 
Eventually, Why Not Now? . Miss Lottie 
Be Popular, Play a Uke . . . C. Napier 
Wrestling in 10 Lessons. Howard Perdue 

og 44/100% Pure Y. W. C. A. 

Old Faithful Lee Gourley 

True Individuality . . . Beverly Shepard 




Picture of a Howard Student Attending 
Chapel 



There was once a co-ed named Zou 

Whose spankings you knew had been few 

She went Delta Zeta 

And a little while later 

She was all over black and blue. 




Bill was an innocent child 
Who thought darn was terribly wild 
He went Pi K. A. and now they say 
Any old word is too mild. 



Lincoln Knight of the Debating Team 
Opens Up 




SHORT SHOTS 

ENTITLED "BOLONEY" IN SIX ACTS 



No. 1. 

Setting: Montague steps. Sigs, Pikayas 
and A. D. Pi's. 

Time: Rush season. 

Cast: Evie Mae, Bishop, Polly, Sara 
Bates, et al. 

Bates: We go out for the social life. 

Evie Mae: Go our way and you'll be 
popular like we are. 

Bates: Our standards are high. 



to class meetings today, we've got to 
get in on those elections or we'll be 
holding the sack. 



No. 2. 

Setting: Main Building, Dee Zee Room, 
pennants, books, hardwood floors, 
cushions, chairs.. 

Time: Early Autumn. 

Cast: Leona, Fitz, Jeanette, Lilyclaire, 
"Red Davis" and a new co-ed freshie. 

Chorus supported by Fitz: We always 
get the best girls on the campus. 
Don't pay any attention to that other 
crowd, they're nothing but a literary 
society and don't rate nationally any- 
where. We hold a lot of campus of- 
fices (aside) , all of you be sure and go 



No. 3. 

Setting: First floor of Main, Phi Mu 
room, profusion of pennants, pillows, 
a chesterfield, banjo clock, radio, etc. 

Time: Anytime. 

Cast: Ansley, Awtrey, Florence, Harris, 
Mary Frances. 

Awtrey: This room looks terrible. In 
fact, I don't know if I have ever seen 
it look worse. We never will get any- 
body if it looks like this all the time. 

Florence: Those pledges are too trifling 
for words. I'm in favor of giving 
them a good beating now and then. 

Harris: Same here. 

Awtrey: Quick, cut that radio off; here 
comes Miss Lottie. 

Door opens violently and Miss Lottie 
shouts: Cut that thing off this minute. 

Don't you know you will disturb 
classes? 

Mary Frances: She's gone, thank good- 
ness. Turn it back on. 
[All breathe a sigh of relief.] 



No. 4. 

Setting: Third floor of Main, S. I. X. 
room. 

Time: Pick your own. 

Cast: Hazel, Ruth, Tera Dell, Mayme, 
et al. Also a freshie. 

Ruth: We have more good looking girls 
than 

Hazel: Ruth makes the beauty section 
every year. 

Ruth: Yes, and Hazel makes it every 
year too. 

Tera Dell : We're going to move into our 
house pretty soon. 

Chorus: We have cute girls and the dar- 
ingest rush parties. They're just 
simply angel! 



No. 5. 

Setting: Beta Phi Alpha room. 

Time: Once upon a time. 

Cast: Martha, Frances, Cale, Nellie and 
others. 



Martha: We're far enough away from 
the faculty not to have them meddling 
around here all the time. 

Frances: We can play our radio when- 
ever we want to. 

Nellie: If it hadn't been for a certain 
crowd we would have had some good 
girls. Anyway, we've got the schol- 
arship cup and that's all that counts. 



No. 6. 

Setting: Alpha Delta Theta room. 

Time: Oh, sometime. 

Cast: Julia, Marion, Lonnell and Lucile. 

Julia: Now, remember everybody, we 
want to go to Y. W. today. 

Chorus: We always go to Y. W. 

Julia: Another thing, we don't want to 
start cutting classes because we'll get 
in bad with the faculty. 

Chorus: We won't cut any classes. 

All: Isn't it great to be sisters together. 
Three cheers for A. D. Theta. 




"Let's Go Talk About Somebody 




Fitzpatrick, Bishop, Newman, Harris, Long, Green 

Howard Rogue's Gallery 

Being an Exhibit of the Mugs of Noted Thugs about the Campus 



Margaret Fitzpatrick Alias "Fitz" 

Suspended sentence of ten years for general misdemeanors and leading freshmen astray in rush 
season: a sad case of a co-ed who threatened to be Governor of Alabama some day. 



Virginia Bishop Alias " Angel Face' 

Paroled for three weeks for being party to violation of the Pan-Hellenic law of numbers. Does 
not look like a criminal. 



Beatrice Newman Alias rr B" 

Leader of underworld gang, disguised under name of Y. VV. C A. who committed many crimes 
at Howard. Sentenced to life imprisonment for the good of humanity. 

1 1 i 

Frances Harris Alias r r Hard-boiled Fanny" 

Blood-thirsty criminal, who committed acts of violence on students who refused to go to Turner's 
Studio and have pictures for Annual made. Retired from circulation for remainder of life. 



Mary Frances Long Alias "The Authoress" 

Imprisoned to protect society against numerous crimes perpetrated under guise of poetry. Now 
wields potato peeler instead of pen. Local address, Kilby Prison. 

1 i i 

Lena Green Alias "May Queen" 

Hardened criminal, sentenced to the pen for life on charge of breaking into the columns of the 
Howard Crimson. During her early youth had ambitions of leading May Day festivities. 




— ! V- - . 

Bullard. Levine, Gourley, Mann. Tumipseed, Lewy 

Russell Bullard >l/w5 r "Russ" 

Sent up the river for decamping with a mil'ion bucks of the student body funds. Was a harm- 
less little child when first entering the gates of H'ard College; became a slot-machine addict 
and one thing led to another so 

■f 1 i 

Leon Levine Alias "Socrates" 

A menace to societ\. Convicted of stealing space in the Crimson, stealing time in the classrooms 
and knocking people out with his philosophy. Now taking course in Geo'ogy on the county 
rock pile. 

■f i i 

Lee Gourley Alias "Kinky" 

This specimen of moron absconded with all the Bull Pup money and was only caught after a 
nation-wide search by the police. Now studying voice at Sing Sing University. 

i 1 1 

Nellie Mann Alias "Soul Kiss" 

Indicted on three count . Also posed as :i fortune teller and seeress and worked a good racket. 
Author of "How To Find Your Soul Mate." 

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Alfred Turnipseed Alias "Turnip" 

You can tell by his eye that he's a crook and he's in the jailhouse now. This should be an ex- 
ample to all young children who put suspender buttons in the collection plate. Turnip really 
didn't mean to stray, but it's too bad. 

1 f f 

Francis Lewy Alias '"Potts" 

Member of an association of bandits who waylaid innocent and unsuspecting freshmen on arrival 
at this institution of learning and took them to their den. Indicted on several charges and now 
in the "cooler." 

181 

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A DISSERTATION ON THE BENEFITS OF A LIBERAL EDUCATION 
WITH PROPER ILLUSTRATIONS 




When I left Fort Payne and ven- 
tured out into the cold, crool 
world I was not sure how things 
would turn out at this noble in- 
stitute, but one look at my pic- 
ture shows that all has turned 
out for the best. Now ain't that 



so' 



Signed, Anne Will Richardson. 



I am a Bolshevik. That's what 
too much education and culture 
has done for me — to say nothing 
of too many lecture notes and too 
much chapel attendance. Watch 
out, I'm a bad man. 

Signed, Norman O'Neal. 



I have worn myself out physically 
and mentally trying to keep up 
with the cute co-eds and as a re- 
sult I am now an old man. But 
dear friends it has been worth it 
all. Never mind my face, I have 
a kind heart. 

Signed, Kay Parks. 



"Beauty is it's own excuse for be- 
ing," so someone remarked back in 
the good old days. In case you 
haven't noticed it, H'ard College 
has helped me in more ways than 
one. 

Signed, Marion Stallworth. 



1 am the social lion from Albert- 
ville. After attending college four 
years I feel that I can shine in 
any gathering. I was just before 
saying that I now have my own 
private yacht on "Beautiful East 
Lake," so picturesquely described 
by someone and my success is as- 
sured. 

Signed, "Red" Garrett. 



You can easily see that I have 
derived great benefits, in fact, un- 
told benefits from a liberal edu- 
cation. When I came to H'ard 
just four short years ago I was 
but a mere slip of a lass and now 
I am — Well, just see for yourself. 
Signed, Jeanette Morgan. 




Richardson 
O'Neal 
Parks 



Stallworth 
Garrett 
Morgan 



182 




Noon hour at the cafeteria — ve editor looking pleasant for a change — the new gymnasium — 
three Alpha Delta Theta's — Ra.v Davis, Howards All-S. I. A. A. center — and another shot 

at the gym. 




"Ked" Brown, Mary Frances Long ami Catherine IMmiek smile at the birdie or whatever it 
is one is supposed to smile at — Professor Whoozis ami others take the most popular course 
offered at college — .ves, the campus course, dumhell. Lena (Ireen and a wide grin — "Red" 

(iarrett of football fame. 



1 8+ 




Marion Keith holding: down the seat of learning — Boh A^isley, the pride of Sigma >'n — 

he's a eheer leader too — Herman ('lark next .year's foothall captain — Franees Moseley and 

— what! not Frank Fleming? — Andy Frewitt, Tilden's nearest rival — Sweeney, (iarrett, 

Faney, Clark, the Four Horsemen. 



i*S 




Perhaps they're arguing: as to the best means of eating corn pone — the gym seems to be 
"rat" infested — J.eonora Vice out taking in a little Spring atmosphere — Roy Flanagan, Grady 
Gilbert and Guy Carmichael — all carrying books too, believe it or not — Hat Fuller and bis 

hobby. 



186 




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There is something in a Wheeler training that places a stamp of distinction upon its 
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FRATERNITY, COLLEGE 

AND 

CLASS JEWELRY 

COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS 
AND INVITATIONS 

J eweler to the Senior Class of 
Howard College 

L G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

MANUFACTURING 

JEWELERS AND STATIONERS 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



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COLLEGE ANNUALS 

CATALOGUES 

BULLETINS 

BIRMINGHAM 
PRINTING CO. 

Largest Publication 
Plant in Alabama 



Office and Plant 

Fifth Floor, Phoenix Bldg. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



Compliments 

MORGAN BROS. 

Department Stores 



6 North Seventy-seventh Street 
5534 First Avenue, North 



Then there's the absent-minded 
co-ed who left her negligee in the 
tub and slipped on the cake of 
soap. 



CAPS, GOWNS, HOODS 
CHOIR ROBES 

Paul A. Willsie 

205 South Tenth Street 
OMAHA, NEBRASKA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Huffman Brothers 
Barber Shops 

106 N. 20th St., Empire Bldg. 
1903 First Ave., Morris Hotel 



Atlanta-Southern 
Dental- College 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

Four- Year Course Leading to 
the D.D.S. Degree 

New College Buildings 

Modern Equipment 

Ample Clinical Facilities 

Largest Dental College in Southeast 

Dental Clinics Open the Entire 

Calendar Year 

Entrance Requirements: One Year of 
College Work 

SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 
FIRST 

For Catalogue ami Information, 
Write 

DR. R. R. BYRNES 
Dean 



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Compliments 

INDEPENDENT 
PRODUCE CO. 

DEALERS IN 

ALL KINDS OF FRUIT 

PRODUCE, POULTRY 

AND EGGS 

2101 Morris Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Batterton Coffee 
Company 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



She: "What is college?" 

He: "A four year's loaf that 
takes lots of dough." 



PRYOR MOTOR CO. 

Incorporated 

SERVICE PARTS 

Distributors of 

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Compliments of 

BRILLIANT COAL COMPANY 

1812-17 Webb Crawford Building 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Producers of 

Genuine BRILLIANT Coal 

(Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Patent Office) 

The South's Finest Fuel 

LUMP, EGG, NUT, STOKER— A SIZE FOR EVERY 
DOMESTIC USE 



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Good 


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and 


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Good for You 

Drink 


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Bottled Carbonated 
Beverages 


*M&gL 


Manfactured by 
Buffalo Rock Co. NeHi Bottling Co. 


Cahaba Rock Bottling Co. 


Orange Crush Bottling Co. 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 


Try-Me Beverage Co. 


Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 




Back of All Gulfsteel Products Stands the South's Largest 
Independent Manufacturer of Finished Steel 

GULF STATES STEEL COMPANY 







Brown-Marx Building 








BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 


Ingots 




Bright Wire 


Woven Wire Fence 


Billets 




Annealed Wire 


Nails 


Slabs 
Wire Rods 


Galvanized Wire 
Barbed Wire 


Galvanized Nails 


Bars 

Plates 

Angles 




Manufacturers' Wire 
Wire and Rods 


Cement Coated Nails 
Staples 


Sheets 
Welding 


Rods 


Straightened and Cut 


Bale Ties 
Fence Posts 



ALABAMA 
BY-PRODUCTS 
CORPORATION 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Manufacturers of 

ABC Domestic 
Coke 

For Sale By 

SMOKELESS FUEL 
COMPANY 

"Nothing But A B C Coke" 
Telephone 5-1546 



Why are you so far behind in 
your studies, my boy?" 

"So that I may pursue them, 
father." 



POPULAR STYLES, POPULAR 

PRICES, POPULAR 

PLACE 

THE KLOTHES 
SHOPPE 

Upstairs, 207% North 19th 
TOM PITTS, Manager 



TAYLORS CAFE 

Every Day — The Best 
of Foods 

COLLEGE STATION 



VARSITY— TOWN 

For the College Man 

#35.00 Two Trousers 

See 

BOB WOLFORD 

Odum Clothing Co. 

2023 Third Avenue, North 



The 

Southside Baptist 
Church 



Joins the host of friends and well- 
wishers of Howard College in con- 
gratulating the board, faculty, and 
students upon the splendid record the 
college is making and wishes for this 
great institution ever increasing pros- 
perity and usefulness. 

All Howard College Folk receive a 
special welcome at Southside Church. 



J. E. DILLARD, Pastor 



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RIDE WITH HOWARD COLLEGE STUDENTS 

Our East Lake Branch, No. 19 North 77th Street, is operated 
entirely by Howard College Students 

AUTO STORAGE & RENTAL CO. 

HAYWOOD HARGROVE! and HERMAN CLARK, Managers 
ClY tAKMKHAKL 

"INEXPENSIVE AUTOING FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE" 
Main Office No. 2021 Fifth Avenue, North 



Josephine 


B. 


"I see here 


where 


a man married 


a woman 


for 


money. 


You wouldn't 


marry me for 


money, 


would you?" 












Haywood 


H. 


: "Why, certainly not my dear; I wouldn't 


marry you 


for 


all the money 


in 


the world." 

















A $1,500,000.00 Frat House! 

When you are in doubt where to find your entertainment or 
to meet your friends or where to take your one and only, 
remember that if you want to be nonchalant, just go to the 

ALABAMA 

There you will always find yourself among friends and amid 

the most luxurious surroundings in the state; you may telax 

from student activities and enjoy the best entertainment that 

the modern theatre affords. 

Let the Ala-Bamy share the warm spot that you hold fot your 
Alma Mammy. 

And remember, if you are a struggling student studying how 

to stretch your weekly stipend, that the Alabama's bargain 

matinee is always 

25c 

Except on Saturdays and Holidays 



C. L. McCAIN 

AND 

MAX RUSSELL 

College Representatives 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY 



South Highlands Pharmacy 

J. J. DUNCAN, JR., Prop. 

11th Ave. & 12th St., S. Phone 4-8238 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



COMPLIMENTS 

of 

GREENWOOD CAFE 



NEWMAN CLEANERIES 

Shoes Rebuilt 

5601 First Ave., S. 13 North 77th St. 

For Twelve Years the Leading Cleaners 

in the East End of Town 

Phones 9-2131, 9-2929 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

Birmingham Engraving Co. 



COMPLIMENTS 

T 

The Great 

ATLANTIC 
PACIFIC 

Tea Co. 

a & p rcct) 

STOKES 




MISS AUGUSTA PIATT 

GRADUATED FROM HOWARD 
1930 

ATTENDED MASSEY SUMMER SCHOOL 

1930 

NOW 

A VALUED EMPLOYEE OF ONE OF BIRMINGHAM'S 
SCHOOLS 

For Forty-three Years "Massey" Has Trained Young Men and 
Women for Executive Positions. They Can Help You. 

Call 3-7278, 3-7279 

MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE 

For Catalog 



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Play Billiards 

Most Up-to-Date Pocket and 

Carom Brunswick Tables 

in the City 

"The Meeting Place of 
Howard Men" 

Watts Billiard 
Parlor 

Basement Watts Building 

NICK BALABANOS 

Assistant Manager 



H. C. Lee Tennis Racket 




«A kee Racquet JlJeJs PepTol/our Come 

WARREN BROS. 

2012 Second Avenue 



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CERTIFICATES 

Your success in life depends 
on what you SAVE . . . not 
what you EARN. Successful 
men and women recognize 
building and loans as the safe 
and profitable place to build 
a surplus. Our 6'/< Certifi- 
cates meet all requirements for 
sound investment. 

BirminghamRuildind 
1 AND LOAN Li INC ° 

2028 FIRST AVENUE 



Zip: "Joe has a glass eye." 
Zam: "Did he tell you that?" 
Da — ■: "No, it just came out in 
the conversation." 



Alexander Sperling 

JEWELER 

Graduate Swiss College of Chro- 

nometry, Repairs Watches, Clocks, 

and Jewelry of All Kinds 



High Class Work 
428 Comer Bldg. 



Low Rates 
Phone 3-2893 



BOOKKEEPING, CIVIL SERVICE 
SHORTHAND 

Alabama s Largest Business College 

Enter At Any Time 

Telephone 4-3306 

AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS COLLEGE 

ALVERSON 

BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

ROBERT E. ALVERSON, President 



2019-2021 First Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



Write or Call for Catalog — Day and Night Classes 

TYPEWRITING-SECRETARIAL 
HIGHER ACCOUNTING 



Always a t&A\\\X$£t Good Show 

ORPHEUM 

R. K. 0. RITZ THEATRE 

Birmingham's Favorite Play House is Right 
Out in Front Every Day in Every Way With 
the Greatest Line-Up of Feature Attractions! 

'Ours is the Business of Making People Happy! What a 
Privilege to Be So Engaged! 



Complete Equipment 

for Your Favorite 

Sport 

9 

Gray 

Sporting Goods 

Company 

103 N. TWENTIETH ST. 



Soph : ' 


'Dad, you are a 


lucky 


man." 






Father : 


"How is that?" 




Soph : ' 


You won't have to buy 


me any school books this year 


. I'm 


taking all 


of my last year's 


work 


over agair 


i." 





Harris Flowers 

FOR 

YOUR 
OCCASIONS 

Phone 3-3257 2018 First Ave. 



We Cater to the Best People 
m Town 


It is an Honor to Have Howard 

College Students as 

Our Guests 




i louse of nusi 

STRAND 











Foremost in Fashion 
FAR Most in 
Value" 



BLACH'S 



OR BIRMINGHAM 



APPAREL 
FOR YOUNG LADIES 

AND MEN 



Sara : 


'Do 


you 


think 


of 


me 


all 


the time ? 


J) 












Ray: ' 


'Not 


at 


street 


crossings, 


darling." 















AUTHENTIC FASHIONS 

For University Men 
and Women 

THE LOUIS SAKS 
STORE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



SEffi^k:^ 



"Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, 
Old Time is still a-flying, 
For this same flower that blooms today 
Tomorrow may be dying." 

From the Shoulders Down You re Worth a 
Dollar a Day 

From the Shoulders Up You re Worth 
What You Make Yourself 




SOUTHERN GROCERY STORES, Inc. 

The South's Own Grocery Chain 



Woodlawn Baptist 
Church 

56th Street and First Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Rev. Frank Macdonald, D.D. 
Minister 

A cordial greeting awaits you at our 

Church. Come and get it, as well as 

the blessing of a helpful service. 



The Cover for This Book 

Manufactured by 

S. K. SMITH CO. 

213 Institute Place 
CHICAGO 



SLACK FLORAL 
COMPANY 

Incorporated 

2006 Third Ave., N., Watts Bldg. 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Phone 3-6119 



The Home of Beautiful 
Flowers 



High Hat? 

The Idea! 

— We Hope This Little Rumor Was Greatly 
Exaggerated. 

But we heard that the idea had fairly run riot among certain collegiate 
groups, that our store is just a bit "high hat" for the more modest school 
allowances. 

Decidedly not ! Perhaps we have been so centered in spreading the endless 
store of our intriguing fashions and fine qualities that we've failed to make 
it perfectly clear that this is an inclusive store rather than an exclusive store. 
Our individual fashions may be really priceless in the esteem of their 
wearers, but they are priced within easy reach of every school allowance. 

"No, we are neither 'high hat' 
nor high priced" 

LOVEMAN JOSEPH « LOEB 



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